Prescott Indivisible presents: Neighborhood Summit For Equity

SAVE THE DATES and plan to join us on Friday Sept 20th & Sunday Sept 22nd!

The Neighborhood Summit for Equity intends to catalyze change by increasing awareness of racial and cultural inequities. Our mission is to provide engagement opportunities where we can bring out the best in one another as neighbors caring for each other.

We are at our best when we are curious and respectful about our differences.

 This is a FREE event is being organized by volunteers and is requesting support, please consider a donation! Send donations to:

Prescott Indivisible
PO Box 12694 Prescott, AZ 86304


Friday Sept. 20th – Conversations around Cultural Equity

@ Mile High Middle School

Doors Open at 5:30 pm

6:00 pm – Wisdom Invocations from local Religious leaders

6:30 pm – Presentations and Performances (Program TBA)

7:00 pm – Keynote Address with Ezra Levin, Indivisible Project Founder

Cost is FREE.

Sunday September 22nd – Racial Equity Workshops

@ Mile High Middle School

Racial Equity Workshop with Lexi Coburn
Doors Open 8:30 am

9:00 am – 12 Noon Racial Equity Workshop for Visitors

2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Racial Equity Workshop for Locals

Both workshops are facilitated by Lexi Coburn, Indivisible Senior Training Associate, Southern Organizer, National Indivisible.

Registration is limited to 40 participants. The morning workshop is suggested for out of town visitors so they can return home in the afternoon and the afternoon workshop is suggested for local participants.

Registration soon available on Prescott Indivisible website.

Cost is FREE.

Collective Action


@ Mile High Middle School

Noon – 2:00 pm


Todd Mireles will facilitate an action at Mile High Middle School that proceeds to the Courthouse Square for a demonstration.

Participation in the workshops is not required to participate in the action.


Visit and ‘like’ our Facebook Page for more info: Neighborhood_Summit_for_Equity

We often hear the word racism. We know it is bad. What we sometimes don’t know is that racism has a lot of different elements to it. It is more than just plain personal bigotry. It has a history and is systemic.  The  Neighborhood Summit for Equity aims to help us better understand how environmental racism, systemic racism, institutional racism, redemptive justice, social justice, white supremacy, white privilege and white fragility and white consciousness impact all of us… and what we can begin to do to liberate ourselves from the negative impacts.
Recommended Weekend Events
AZ Dem State Meeting

The Neighborhood Summit for Equity is strategically scheduled to bookend the State Meeting of the Democratic Party. Our aim is to increase understanding of cultural and racial equity across the board and that includes the opportunity to participate in the State Meeting of the Democratic Party. We are inviting people from around the state to come to the Neighborhood Summit for Equity. We also want to encourage people to visit the caucus meetings on Saturday morning at Mile High Middle School where our presence can steer and influence the direction of the dialogue. Please consider coming by and participating. You can register onsite Saturday morning.

Prescott Pow Wow – During the weekend of the Neighborhood Summit for Equity the Prescott Pow Wow is taking place at Watson Lake. We will be offering shuttle service. If you are considering attending please read about Pow Wow Etiquette
St. Michael’s Mixer – On Friday night the Yavapai County Democratic Party is hosting a mixer at St. Michael’s Ballroom from 8 – 10 pm. Consider walking over (2 blocks away from Mile High Middle School) after the Friday Night Neighborhood Summit for Equity events.
Truman – Clinton Dinner – On Saturday night the Yavapai County Democratic Party is holding their annual fundraiser at the Prescott Resort.  LD 1 and LD 6 candidates will be speaking along with Felecia Rotellini and US Senate Candidate Mark Kelly. Reserve Tickets Here