Buzz Building for Race & America’s Future Book Club
The buzz is building for the Race and America’s Future Virtual Book Club. We have been hearing from so many people eager to engage in a real (and long overdue) discussion on race in America.
The book club starts a week from today (September 29) and continues every Wednesday through Election Day (Click here to find out how to participate). The featured topics each week will be:
Sept. 29: Are We Post-Racial Yet?
Oct. 6: Color Lines: Growing and Accepting Diversity
Oct. 13: Race and the Economy
Oct. 20: Urgent Challenges: Immigration, Incarceration, and Climate Change
Oct. 27: New Leadership for Now and 2050
Nov. 3: Equity is the Superior Growth Model
Built around the new book, Uncommon Common Ground by Stewart Kwoh, Manuel Pastor, and myself, we hope to spark a meaningful discussion on the role of race in America – and proven policies for addressing enduring inequities.
We want this to be a thoughtful, probing discussion where people talk TO each other, hear each other’s stories, and chart a real path to the future.