Though the Little Rock team has not done any specific anti-oppression work yet, issues of race and class have begun to surface. In particular, our plans for community events and fundraisers have sparked some interesting conversations. After our March meeting, a few folks stuck around to talk informally. One participant posed a question regarding an upcoming door knocking session: how will the majority Black, low-income community where we work respond to the diversity of our group? Several people told vivid and fresh stories illustrating a lack of acceptance for racial mixing from both white and Black people in our community. Little Rock, like the rest of the South (and the rest of the U.S., for that matter), has not found its way to racial healing or equity despite incessant talk about our role in the civil rights era with the Little Rock Nine, Daisy Bates, the Freedom Riders, etc.