Community Conversations

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How Government Levers of Power and “Dirty Work” Can Deliver Lasting Racial Justice Wins

Members of Race Forward’s Government Alliance on Race and Equity (G.A.R.E.) discuss participatory democracy and co-governance: how structures of government are strategically necessary for translating power-building momentums into public policies. Watch now.

Colorlines Live: Asian Americans in an Anti-Black World

Join us for a powerful conversation with Colorlines' editor Dr. Charlene Sinclair and Dr. Claire Jean Kim, acclaimed critical race theorist and author of "Asian Americans in an Anti-Black World."

Healing Justice Lineages

A community conversation with Cara Page and Erica Woodland, the authors of Healing Justice Lineages. In this virtual event, we’ll explore what it means tomove beyond Western norms to reclaim traditional means of healing and collective care as acts of resistance and strategies for building power in our movements today. Watch full conversation now.

Dangerous Memories: Dorothy Cotton and Juneteenth Teach-Ins For Action

Join us for Part 1 of Dangerous Memories, a series of political education sessions that honor the legacies of Juneteenth alongside the historic contributions of civil rights icon Dorothy Cotton.

Community Conversations: Beyond the Vote

We gathered a group of brilliant seasoned organizers for a heartfelt conversation on what midterm election results could mean for our communities, and what gives us hope as we continue our fight for a just, multiracial democracy beyond the vote. Watch now.

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Belonging and Radical Love in the Ballroom Community

Members of the Ballroom community convey stories of security and belonging. Watch now.