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Race Forward

Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast features movement voices, stories, and strategies for racial justice. Hear the Race Forward team give their unique takes on race and pop culture, and uplift narratives of hope, struggle, and joy, as we continue to build the momentum needed to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Deepen your racial justice lens and get inspired to drive action. Subscribe today!

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In this episode of Momentum, Hiba and Chevon take on ‘cancel culture’ in the comedy world, discussing “Joker” director Todd Phillips recent comments about not being able to make comedy films because of “woke culture”, and Saturday Night Live’s recent hiring and firing of Shane Gillis.

Race Forward’s Research Associate Yirssi, joins the conversation to talk about her work with “Shattered Families” around the intersection of immigration enforcement and the child welfare system, and gives us insight into the current state of the work and what she saw on her recent trip to Arizona and Mexico.

Our featured guest is Tsion Gurmu, Legal Director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), who joins the podcast for a conversation on her background as an asylum seeker from Ethiopia, BAJI’s efforts in lifting up black immigrant experiences with narrative projects such as their recent Black Lives At The Border webinar and direct work in Tapachula, Mexico.

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Resources (by order of mention)

Shattered Families

www.raceforward.org/research/reports/shattered-families

Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project

www.firrp.org

RAICES

www.raicestexas.org

Al Otro Lado

www.alotrolado.org

Colorlines Reporting

www.colorlines.com/series/shattered-families

BAJI (Black Alliance for Just Immigration)

www.baji.org

Black Lives At The Border (report and webinar)

www.baji.org/resources-webinars-black-lives-at-the-border/

http://bit.ly/BAJI_Webinar

Demands from the Assembly of African Migrants in Tapachula

http://bit.ly/demands-assembly

National Immigrant Integration Conference

(October 20-22, 2019)

www.niicnewamericandreams.org/register-2019

About Race Forward:

Race Forward catalyzes movement building for racial justice. In partnership with communities, organizations, and sectors, we build strategies to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Race Forward imagines a just, multiracial, democratic society, free from oppression and exploitation, in which people of color thrive with power and purpose.

Follow Race Forward on social media

Follow us on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/raceforward

Follow us on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/raceforward

Follow us on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/raceforward

Subscribe to our newsletter:

www.raceforward.org/subscribe

Save The Date for Facing Race 2020:

http://bit.ly/FR2020-SaveTheDate

Executive Producers:

Hendel Leiva and Melissa Franqui

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Angela Glover Blackwell, founder in residence at Policylink, and host of the new Radical Imagination Podcast, joins Chevon and Hiba to talk about her longtime work as a leading voice in the movement for equity and racial justice. In this conversation, Angela talks about the “racial moment” we are currently living, and challenges us to think radically in creating narratives that will lead to concrete solutions. Drawing on a lifetime of experience as an activist, Angela provides a reframing of “hopelessness” in this moment in the U.S., and inspires us to use the moment as an opportunity for important social change.

We introduce our brand new Colorlines series “Who Do We Think We Are” by Race Forward’s Senior Fellow, Rosana Cruz that is timely in the wake of the recent “American Dirt” book controversy. Hiba sits with Rosana for a conversation about the creation of the series, and their experience interviewing Latinx-identified movement leaders, artists, and cultural innovators about how they define themselves racially.

Hiba and Chevon also discuss the former ‘Biggest Loser’ trainer Jillian Michaels and her recent comments on Lizzo’s body image, Lizzo’s response and self-affirmations, and place Michaels’ comments in the context of systemic racism, anti-blackness, and fatphobia.

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Resources (by order of mention)

“Who Do We Think We Are” Colorlines Series

http://bit.ly/WhoThinkWeAreCLSeries

PolicyLink

www.policylink.org

Radical Imagination Podcast

www.radicalimagination.us

“My Role in a Social Change Ecosystem” by Deepa Iyer

http://bit.ly/SocialChangeEcosystemIyer

Update on Moms For Housing Campaign

http://bit.ly/RFMomsForHousingUpdate

Follow Angela Glover Blackwell on Twitter

www.twitter.com/agb4equity

About Race Forward:

Race Forward catalyzes movement building for racial justice. In partnership with communities, organizations, and sectors, we build strategies to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Race Forward imagines a just, multiracial, democratic society, free from oppression and exploitation, in which people of color thrive with power and purpose.

Follow Race Forward on social media

Follow us on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/raceforward

Follow us on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/raceforward

Follow us on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/raceforward

Building Racial Equity (BRE) Trainings

https://www.raceforward.org/trainings

Facing Race 2020:

https://facingrace.raceforward.org

Subscribe to our newsletter:

www.raceforward.org/subscribe

Executive Producers:

Hendel Leiva and Melissa Franqui

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09/29/19 • 24 min

In this very first episode of Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast, get to know co-hosts Hiba and Chevon as they record from the new Race Forward offices in midtown Manhattan, sipping on Big Freedia wine!

Chevon and Hiba discuss how they came to understand and become committed to racial justice work. Chevon talks about learning about systemic racism from an early age, and how it showed up in different ways throughout her life. Hiba talks about her Sudanese Muslim background, her work with the National Urban League, and her work coordinating convenings at Race Forward.

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About Race Forward:

Race Forward catalyzes movement building for racial justice. In partnership with communities, organizations, and sectors, we build strategies to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Race Forward imagines a just, multiracial, democratic society, free from oppression and exploitation, in which people of color thrive with power and purpose.

Follow Race Forward on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/raceforward

Follow Race Forward on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/raceforward

Follow Race Forward on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/raceforward

Subscribe to Race Forward's newsletter:

www.raceforward.org/subscribe

Save The Date for Facing Race 2020:

http://bit.ly/FR2020-SaveTheDate

Executive Producers: Hendel Leiva and Melissa Franqui

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On the Season 3 premiere of Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast, Western States Center Executive Director and Race Forward Senior Fellow Eric Ward joins us to ground and center us, and you, our listeners, in our racial justice work!

Update: Hiba is back from sabbatical, and now Chevon is taking her well-deserved time off, and in the meantime, Dennis is back to fill in!

Hiba and Dennis open the episode with a short recap of recent happenings –– the Delta COVID-19 variant, Climate Change/flooding in NYC, the ongoing fight over critical race theory being taught in schools, and refugee resettlement efforts triggered by global events.

Holding all this, Dennis and Eric have a conversation inspired by Grace Lee Boggs’ quote “what time is it in the clock of the world”, and what it means for the hurdles we are facing as racial justice practitioners.

Eric also discusses the urgent work of racial equity, how work towards a multiracial democracy is the alternative to the spread of white nationalism, the case study of the city of Portland, and extremist backlash and insurgencies, and how we can use that backlash as fuel to carry us forward in our work to “12:02AM”.

Resources (by order of mention)

Here's Why The Gap in COVID-19 Vaccines Continues to Widen (via Colorlines)

https://bit.ly/3EkrHvR

Overlapping Disasters Expose Harsh Climate Reality: The U.S. Is Not Ready (via The New York Times)
https://nyti.ms/3992pSX

IPCC 2021 report: How bad will climate change get? (via Vox)

https://bit.ly/3ll7kGc

How the Scare Over Critical Race Theory Will Hurt Black Children (via Colorlines)

https://bit.ly/3CkPmut

The battle for Mekelle: Ethiopia’s civil war over Tigray goes on – in pictures (via The Guardian)
https://bit.ly/3hxHo9m

Inside the effort to resettle thousands of Afghans in the United States (via CNN)
https://cnn.it/396mvNQ

Guide To Counter-Narrating The Attacks On Critical Race Theory (via Race Forward)

https://bit.ly/3tKCg6H

Eric K. Ward

Western States Center
www.westernstatescenter.org

“Skin in the Game: How Antisemitism Animates White Nationalism.” (via Political Research Associates)
https://bit.ly/3lJhzV9

“The Struggle That Unites Us.” (via Oregon Humanities)
https://bit.ly/3hB2jrZ

Twitter
www.twitter.com/bulldogshadow

Instagram
www.instagram.com/bulldog_shadow

Bulldog Shadow (Spotify)

About Race Forward:

Race Forward catalyzes movement building for racial justice. In partnership with communities, organizations, and sectors, we build strategies to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Race Forward imagines a just, multiracial, democratic society, free from oppression and exploitation, in which people of color thrive with power and purpose.

Follow Race Forward on social media

Follow us on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/raceforward

Follow us on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/raceforward

Follow us on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/raceforward

#RaceAnd: Our Present, Our Future

http://bit.ly/raceandopofevent

Building Racial Equity (BRE) Trainings

www.raceforward.org/trainings

Subscribe to our newsletter:

www.raceforward.org/subscribe

Executive Producers:

Hendel Leiva, Cheryl Cato Blakemore

Associate Producer/ Editor:

Kendy Solis

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07/08/20 • 39 min

We’re in the full swing of summer, and Chevon and Hiba are diving into a conversation about representation in the superhero universe and the comic book world!

DC Comics authors Gene Luen Yang and Minh Le join our hosts to talk about their projects “Superman Smashes The Klan” and “Green Lantern Legacy” and how their art and stories fit into the broader context around diversity and inclusion in superhero narratives. The conversation explores the origins of some of our modern superheroes, the influence of the events of WWII and the Civil Rights movement, and why comics are as important as ever to young readers of color.

Next time on our season finale, we’ll be shouting out some of our fans that have left us reviews –– stay tuned, same Momentum time, same Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast!

Resources (by order of mention)

Wes Moore Talks Fighting Poverty, Budget Priority, Systemic Change + His New Book (via The Breakfast Club Power 105.1)

https://bit.ly/38BdomY

Gene Luen Yang

Official Website

https://geneyang.com/

Twitter

https://twitter.com/geneluenyang

Gene Luen Yang: Comics Belong in the Classroom (via Ted Talks)

https://www.ted.com/talks/gene_luen_yang_comics_belong_in_the_classroom

Superman Smashes The Klan (via DC Comics)

https://www.dccomics.com/graphic-novels/superman-smashes-the-klan-periodical-2019/superman-smashes-the-klan

Minh Le

Official Website

http://minhlebooks.com/

Twitter

https://twitter.com/bottomshelfbks

Green Lantern Legacy (via DC Comics)

https://www.dccomics.com/graphic-novels/green-lantern-legacy

March (series) by US Congressman John Lewis

https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/series/1MA/march

Thich Nhat Hanh: The Monk Who Taught The World Mindfulness Awaits the End of This Life (via Time Magazine)

https://time.com/5511729/monk-mindfulness-art-of-dying/

The Shadow Hero

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18465601-the-shadow-hero

The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye by Sonny Liew

http://artofcharliechan.com/

Captain America Truth: Red, White & Black

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/670341.Truth

About Race Forward:

Race Forward catalyzes movement building for racial justice. In partnership with communities, organizations, and sectors, we build strategies to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Race Forward imagines a just, multiracial, democratic society, free from oppression and exploitation, in which people of color thrive with power and purpose.

Follow Race Forward on social media

Follow us on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/raceforward

Follow us on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/raceforward

Follow us on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/raceforward

Building Racial Equity (BRE) Trainings

www.raceforward.org/trainings

Facing Race 2020 (more information coming soon)

www.facingrace.raceforward.org

Subscribe to our newsletter:

www.raceforward.org/subscribe

Executive Producers:

Hendel Leiva and Melissa Franqui

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Glenn Harris, President of Race Forward and Publisher of Colorlines, joins Hiba and Chevon for a timely conversation on “the moment” our nation is facing, and the disproportionate impacts COVID-19 has had on communities of color. Race Forward responded swiftly to the crisis, and they discuss the work being undertaken within the racial justice movement to safeguard our democracy in another tumultuous election year.

We also include audio from last week’s Building a Movement: A Virtual Town Hall with Minneapolis Organizers, a powerful online event where we heard directly from long-time activists building a movement to end police violence and systemic racism in our communities.

In recognition of Juneteeth, Chevon and Hiba discuss their personal efforts to learn and engage with the spirit of the holiday, and talk about the recent landmark Supreme Court Title VII ruling, which prohibits employment discrimination against LGBTQ people.

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Resources (by order of mention)

The Time For Reparations Is Now [Op-Ed] by Yirssi Bergman, Shweta Moorthy, and Juell Stewart (via Colorlines)

www.colorlines.com/articles/time-reparations-now-op-ed

SCOTUS Says: The 1964 Civil Rights Act Protects LGBTQ+ People, Too (via Colorlines)

www.colorlines.com/articles/scotus-says-1964-civil-rights-act-protects-lgbtq-people-too

Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley on Ending “Qualified Immunity”

www.twitter.com/RepPressley/status/1272575869400371200?s=20

Laverne Cox on the SCOTUS Title VII Ruling Prohibiting LGBTQ Employment Discrimination

www.twitter.com/AlexPattyy/status/1272567736707801091?s=20

Building a Movement: A Virtual Town Hall with Minneapolis Organizers (hosted by Race Forward)

www.facebook.com/RaceForward/videos/209147303485329

Angela Davis Talks 'Orange is the New Black,' Prison Abolition (via Colorlines)

www.colorlines.com/articles/angela-davis-talks-orange-new-black-prison-abolition

Glenn Harris, President of Race Forward and Publisher of Colorlines

www.raceforward.org/about/staff/glenn-harris

“What is systemic racism? Here's what it means and how you can help dismantle it” (via USA Today)

https://bit.ly/3eoxUcJ

Glenn Harris and James Haslam: A New Social Contract (via Partners For Dignity And Rights)

https://bit.ly/2Ymb0xd

Democracy May Not Exist, But We'll Miss It When It's Gone, Astra Taylor (via Goodreads)

https://bit.ly/2V0VXXy

Race Forward’s Statement On Disproportionate COVID-19 Cases And Deaths In Black and Latinx Communities: It’s Time To Lead With Racial Equity

https://bit.ly/2NfI6Z1

We Vote We Count Report
wevotewecount.org/report-we-vote-we-count

“Authoritarian State or Inclusive Democracy? 21 Things We Can Do Right Now” by Eric Ward (via Southern Poverty Law Center)

https://bit.ly/37Pq8q3

Movement For Black Lives: Policy Platforms

m4bl.org/policy-platforms

About Race Forward:

Race Forward catalyzes movement building for racial justice. In partnership with communities, organizations, and sectors, we build strategies to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Race Forward imagines a just, multiracial, democratic society, free from oppression and exploitation, in which people of color thrive with power and purpose.

Follow Race Forward on social media

Follow us on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/raceforward

Follow us on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/raceforward

Follow us on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/raceforward

Building Racial Equity (BRE) Trainings (more trainings added!)

www.raceforward.org/trainings

Facing Race 2020 (more information coming soon)

https://facingrace.raceforward.org/

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For our season premiere, Chevon and Hiba link up with Blk Pod Collective’s Founder & Chief Creative Officer, Ona Oghogho, and Membership Director Sheunopa Mugobogobo to talk about the growing Black podcasting landscape and the importance of building community and showing solidarity in podcasting.

In the conversation Ona and Shenuopa talk about their collaboration in building up Blk Pod Collective, and how their efforts to create systemic change resulted in the Blk Podfest Micro Con at the Podfest Global Summit which brought together over 1,500 attendees last month.

Shenuopa and Ona also discuss their experiences that led them to the podcasting space, their individual philosophies in podcasting, the importance of ownership, and the ways Blk Pod Collective is aiming to become the “one-stop-shop for all of your podcasting needs to help you on your journey to work with Black creatives.”

Hiba and Chevon also talk about the big news items in the last couple of months, including Senator Kamala Harris’ Vice Presidential nomination, the protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin that resulted from the police involved shooting of Jacob Blake, and they give a heartfelt “rest in power” to Chadwick Boseman who tragically passed a couple of weeks ago following his undisclosed battle with cancer.

Facing Race: A National Virtual Conference is less than two months away! –– have you gotten your tickets yet?

Resources (by order of mention)

It’s Official: Senator Kamala Harris Is the Democratic VP Nominee (via Colorlines)

https://bit.ly/34KeDQK

Jacob Blake Is Shot By Police in Wisconsin, Inspiring Protests (via Colorlines)

https://bit.ly/3kOYuPp

White Teen Charged With Death of 2 Protestors in Kenosha, Wisconsin (via Colorlines)

https://bit.ly/2TKSBXy

Native Land (find out more about local Indigenous territories and languages)

https://native-land.ca/

Kenosha Protests, Violence Expose Racial Disparities Among The Worst In The Country (via NPR)

https://n.pr/3mA6IeS

Actor Chadwick Boseman, the First Black Superhero, Dies at 43 (via Colorlines)

https://bit.ly/34Ktiey

Chadwick Boseman Gets Emotional About Black Panther's Cultural Impact (via SiriusXM)

https://youtu.be/6J-D86wfxiE

Blk Pod Collective

https://www.blkpodcollective.com/

Blk Pod Collective (The Podcast)

https://apple.co/35S4xho

Highkey Woke (Hosted by Sheunopa Mugobogobo and Symone Dunn)

https://apple.co/3mF0xGk

Blk Podfest Micro Con 2020: Attendee Insight
https://bit.ly/387ifOV

Is Podcasting a Hobby or Potential Career for You?

https://bit.ly/38epowX

Podcasting Tip: Things to Plan for Before Starting

https://bit.ly/35MV9Kk

Blk Pod Collective on Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/blkpodcollective/

About Race Forward:

Race Forward catalyzes movement building for racial justice. In partnership with communities, organizations, and sectors, we build strategies to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Race Forward imagines a just, multiracial, democratic society, free from oppression and exploitation, in which people of color thrive with power and purpose.

Follow Race Forward on social media

Follow us on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/raceforward

Follow us on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/raceforward

Follow us on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/raceforward

Building Racial Equity (BRE) Trainings

www.raceforward.org/trainings

Facing Race 2020

www.facingrace.raceforward.org

Subscribe to our newsletter:

www.raceforward.org/subscribe

Music: Peacock by Chad Crouch

https://bit.ly/3iLXAlO

Executive Producers:

Hendel Leiva and Jeff Chang

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We’re talking all about the upcoming Census 2020, and the “My Family Matters, My Family Counts" campaign!

In this episode, Maria Dautruche, Vice President for Foundation Partnerships at the National Urban League joins Hiba, Chevon, and Elana Needle, to talk about her work in fundraising, racial equity, civic engagement, and discusses her role in the reproductive justice field as co-founder of New Voices For Reproductive Justice.

Maria describes the framework of the “My Family Matters, My Family Counts” campaign, answers questions about families being accurately counted on Census Day, and talks about the impact of the census on communities of color in the next decade.

We preview “What is Energy Democracy?”, our new video available on YouTube, that uplifts the events of the 2019 Strategic Energy Democracy Convening. Thirty-six energy democracy leaders from across the nation convened to build collective power around the mission of advancing the movement to democratize energy, while placing an important emphasis on the centrality of race to energy issues.

*Producer’s note: In this episode there are references to in-person organizing for Census 2020. In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Emergency, we encourage all organizing to take place by phone or online. Please see our official statement below.

RACE FORWARD STATEMENT ON THE CORONAVIRUS EMERGENCY, OFFICIAL RESPONSE AND ITS IMPACTS ON COMMUNITIES OF COLOR

Resources (by order of mention)

My Family Votes, My Family Counts

https://makemyfamilycount.org

Census Website (take the census online)

https://my2020census.gov/

What Is Energy Democracy? (Video)

https://bit.ly/2IMsGt5

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

https://www.wkkf.org/who-we-are/overview

National Urban League

https://nul.org

New Voices For Reproductive Justice

http://www.newvoicespittsburgh.org

Racial Equity Anchor Twitter

https://twitter.com/REAnchors

Maria Dautruche Twitter

https://twitter.com/MariaDautruche

Maria Dautruce Instagram

https://twitter.com/MariaDautruche

My Black Counts Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/myblackcounts

About Race Forward:

Race Forward catalyzes movement building for racial justice. In partnership with communities, organizations, and sectors, we build strategies to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Race Forward imagines a just, multiracial, democratic society, free from oppression and exploitation, in which people of color thrive with power and purpose.

Follow Race Forward on social media

Follow us on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/raceforward

Follow us on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/raceforward

Follow us on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/raceforward

Building Racial Equity (BRE) Trainings

https://www.raceforward.org/trainings

Facing Race 2020:

https://facingrace.raceforward.org

Subscribe to our newsletter:

www.raceforward.org/subscribe

Executive Producers:

Hendel Leiva and Melissa Franqui

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In our season finale, Demos President K. Sabeel Rahman joins Hiba and Chevon for an exciting conversation addressing racial and economic inequities to boldly fight for the future of American democracy. Sabeel shares his experiences growing up as a first generation Muslim Bangladeshi-American to becoming an Associate Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School and his current role, leading the innovative work at Demos.

In the conversation, Sabeel talks to our hosts about the inspiration behind his books, Democracy Against Domination, and Civic Power, his take on the fight for constitutional law to be applied equitably, and the important reconciliatory work that will be essential beyond the November election.

Chevon and Hiba also talk about the recent win in Asheville, North Carolina which will see the city provide investment based reparations to its Black residents, and give a big shout out to our GARE (Government Alliance on Racial Equity) team members for their important contributions in this step towards racial justice.

Thank you to all who submitted ratings and reviews –– we shout out some of our listeners, and we’re looking forward to continuing to share the love!

Season Two of Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast will premiere in mid-August, but in the meantime, stay tuned for a special bonus episode about our upcoming Facing Race 2020 announcement!

Resources (by order of mention)

In historic move, North Carolina city approves reparations for Black residents (via USA Today)

https://bit.ly/3hsI6SP

Asheville, NC, approves investment-based reparations for Black residents (via Twitter Moments)

https://twitter.com/i/events/1283493252067258368

Government Alliance on Race and Equity

https://www.racialequityalliance.org/

Demos

https://www.demos.org/

K. Sabeel Rahman (Demos Introductory Video)

https://bit.ly/2D0jJN2

Democracy Against Domination (Oxford University Press, 2016)
https://bit.ly/2ZRrle6

Civic Power (Cambridge University Press, 2019)

https://bit.ly/2Boh3bS

Uprising (via Demos)

https://www.demos.org/blog/uprising

We Need a Truth and Reconciliation Process for the Trump Era (via In These Times/ Demos)

https://www.demos.org/media/we-need-truth-and-reconciliation-process-trump-era

K. Sabeel Rahman (Twitter)

https://twitter.com/ksabeelrahman

About Race Forward:

Race Forward catalyzes movement building for racial justice. In partnership with communities, organizations, and sectors, we build strategies to advance racial justice in our policies, institutions, and culture. Race Forward imagines a just, multiracial, democratic society, free from oppression and exploitation, in which people of color thrive with power and purpose.

Follow Race Forward on social media

Follow us on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/raceforward

Follow us on Twitter:

www.twitter.com/raceforward

Follow us on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/raceforward

Building Racial Equity (BRE) Trainings

www.raceforward.org/trainings

Facing Race 2020 (more information coming soon)

www.facingrace.raceforward.org

Subscribe to our newsletter:

www.raceforward.org/subscribe

Executive Producers:

Hendel Leiva and Melissa Franqui

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We'll be back next week! Thank you all for the love and support for our podcast, stay safe, and from all of us at Race Forward, sending light your way.
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