The SpiritHouse Project is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization that uses the arts, research, education, action, and spirituality to bring diverse peoples together to work for racial, economic, and social justice, as well as for spiritual maturity.
Who We Are
We are an intergenerational network of diverse people who work for racial and social justice.
Our Primary Programs
N. Gordon Cosby
Seasoned Voices Fellowship
Created in Fall 2013, in honor of the late N. Gordon Cosby, the founder and spiritual director of the Church of the Saviour community in Washington, D.C. Cosby, who
worked into his 90’s, taught that we can be lifelong sojourners who break with violent culture and use our wisdom and voices to build up a better world.
Jonathan Daniels & Samuel Younge Institute
Named after two Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) activists who were murdered during the Southern Freedom Movement. Through the Institute, SpiritHouse
supports and prepares a new generation of activists to work on racial justice and its interlocking connections.
SisterAll: Soul Force For Social Change
Renewing the work of Black women as powerful and dedicated racial justice workers who brought us through the violent and oppressive days of segregation. SisterAll
returns us to a powerful legacy and tradition of organizing across our differences for the common good and liberation of our communities.
Breaking the Silence on 21st Century Murders and Torture of Black People by
White Police and Vigilantes