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Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation Center Alliance

The LMU TRHT Center Alliance provides a hub for campus and community partners to transform the culture and climate of institutions by catalyzing equitable, reciprocal, and authentic relationships through Ignatian reflection, intergroup dialogue, and Rx. Racial Healing circles, which we call Story Circles.

About the Center

News & Announcements

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  • Story Circle Inaugurates TRHT Center
    LMU's TRHT Center Alliance officially launches in Spring 22 with an opportunity for LMU community members to engage in a virtual Story Circle - the TRHT national network's signature practice that uses the Rx Racial Healing Circle methodology. Read full article
  • National Day of Racial Healing Virtual Story Circle, Jan. 18, 2022
    Reflect on significant moments in your life and to connect with one or more of your colleagues in a container that fosters authentic sharing.
    Learn more and register to attend

  • Transformation through Dialogue, Feb. 24, 2022
    The official launch of the Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation Alliance in Collaboration with the Common Book Program
    Learn more and register to attend
  • LMU Chosen to Host a Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Center by AAC&U
    Loyola Marymount University has been chosen to host a Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Campus Center by the American Association of Colleges and Universities. The center, along with others at colleges and universities nationwide, aims to pursue the shared goal of preparing the next generation of leaders and thinkers to break down racialized practices and to dismantle the false belief in a hierarchy of human value. Read full article>

About the Center

Vision and Goals

The LMU TRHT Center Alliance works within two of the TRHT Framework’s foundational elements of Narrative Change and Racial Healing and Relationship Building. With an emphasis on the TRHT pillar of Separation, this work focuses on developing an antiracist, inclusive climate and culture with practices to reduce racial disparities in higher education on campus as well as to increase access to educational experiences at and through LMU for underserved populations in the Los Angeles region and beyond. 
Learn more about our vision and goals.

Contact Us

Director, Arianne White, Ed.D.

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