Move the Needle
Nelson Mandela said “Education is the most powerful tool to change the world.” It is our hope that one heart at a time, one conversation at a time, one person at a time, we can educate each other and move the needle closer to help be that change in the world. Closer to healing, closer to reconciliation. Closer to ending racism.
Madison Heights Citizens United evolved from the tragic death of George Floyd. What started as a peaceful demonstration led to a town hall to discuss racial division and eventually to the formation of Madison Heights Citizens United. We are committed to providing a forum for people of all races to come together to openly, honestly and constructively, discuss racism, discrimination and find ways to address it.