Race in America: Resources to Help Keep the Conversation Going

Having an open and honest conversation about race is difficult, and if you are feeling uncomfortable that is okay. We want to help with that conversation, and maybe help you start one on your own. We have compiled a list of resources to help guide you. There are book suggestions, interviews, videos, and episodes of our ongoing series Race in America: The Conversation to help you join, engage, and share what you learn with your loved ones.


Our Ongoing Series:

Race in America: The Conversation

New Episode: Thursday, November 19 at 6:30PM

Watch the latest Nov. 19 episode here.

Episode 1, Episode 2, Episode 3, Episode 4, Episode 5, Episode 6 and Episode 7 available now!

Digital Extras:


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Book Suggestions



Podcasts


New York Times 1619 Project

National Public Radio (NPR): In Black America

13 Podcasts To Listen To This Black History Month (And Every Month)


Articles


Medium: How to Make this Moment the Turning Point for Real Change

NBC News: Latinos must confront 'ingrained' anti-black racism amid George Floyd protests, some urge

The New York Times: ‘Corporate America Has Failed Black America’

Fast Company: This Haunting 8:46 Spot Is The Most Powerful Corporate Response To The George Floyd Murder

Refinery29: Black People Need Stronger White Allies — Here’s How You Can Be One


TED Talks


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