Faith in Action

Social Action


Social Action Groups and Resources in Little Rock

Arkansas Coalition for Peace and Justice
The Arkansas Coalition for Peace and Justice (ACPJ) is an association of individuals and organizations who support a vision of harmony with the Earth and all its peoples through education, dialogue, and actions that promote social and economic justice.

Arkansas Voices for the Children Left Behind
Arkansas Voices is a not-for-profit, statewide organization dedicated to seek justice for children. We serve the children and their families to break the cycle of incarceration and heal the effects of parental loss, along with other groups of children.

Arkansas WAND - Arkansas WAND was founded in 1997 and has worked to involve women in changing the climate of fear and retaliation to one of working together with other nations in a spirit of diplomacy and cooperation.

OMNI Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology
The OMNI Center is a coalition center for Events, Information, and Coordination for the many different Peace, Justice & Ecology groups in our community.

Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission - The Little Rock Racial and Cultural Diversity commission has the full-time mission of promoting equal opportunity and the full exercise of civil rights for all citizens of the City. It is committed to dismantling racism and reducing prejudice within the City through modeling, education, and policy development and celebration.

The Center for Artistic Revolution - CAR was founded in Little Rock, Arkansas in 2003 by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered and Queer Arkansans (LGBTQ) and their straight allies who believe that all people should have equitable access to fair treatment, a democratic political process, and economic and environmental justice. CAR works with a holistic combination of progressive education, organizing skills, advocacy, and creative/cultural work in order to create a fair Arkansas that values all of its residents.

Testimony to Tolerance Initiative - Central Arkansas Library System
At the center of the Initiative is the Little Rock Visual History Collection, a collection of 26 of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute's video testimonies of Holocaust survivors and other witnesses — including four interviews that were conducted in Arkansas. The testimonies are a unique and powerful educational resource, addressing such topics as prejudice, fairness, justice, and scapegoating, issues that today's adolescents confront in their own lives. The testimonies can be checked out at any of the twelve branches that make up the Central Arkansas Library System.