In 2015, our founder Latasha Morrison, gathered a diverse group of friends to take a deep-dive into issues of race. At the table were Black women, Asian women, white transracial adoptive mothers, single women, older women….
Tasha’s friends committed to meeting together regularly. They would open up the Scriptures, talk, listen, laugh, cry, and pray. Between meetings, they educated themselves about our country’s racial history. Sure enough, over time, each person’s life was changed. And they all agreed that if every person in our country had the opportunity to take part in a group like theirs, real healing along racial lines could take place.
That’s how Be the Bridge was born.