District 5890 has thoughtfully considered how to engage with the issues facing our society with respect to all human rights and dignity.  We will always remain non-political in our endeavors and will seek to find common ground and understanding among all people.

Our first step was to take an introspective look at how Rotarian's see and feel they are seen.  We must first ensure we are not only respecting each other, however we must also seek to understand one another.  The District supported this initiative of the Rotary Club of Houston Skyline and the Rotary Club of Houston with several collaborating clubs to host a panel discussion titled: A Conversation About Being Black - Stories You Don't Know From Rotarians You Do.      


This event was recorded, and captures the stories from Rotarians which graciously shared their stories and struggles which opened our hearts and minds.  To listen to the recording, please CLICK HERE.
* Larry Payne, ISH Director of Race Reconciliation & Response
Critical Conversation 1 Larry Payne Opening and Closing Remarks 8-11-20 - YouTube
Watch Full Program in its entirety with all the speakers above: Rotary District 5890 Critical Conversations 1 8-11-20 Full Program - YouTube
* The Rotary Club of Houston Skyline
* Rotary Club of Houston
* The Institute for Spirituality & Health (“ISH”)
Co-Hosts: Rotary Clubs of District 5890 (including Rotary 5890 E Club), and Rotary 5890 Peace Committee