- Racial Equity
- Talk About Race
Race-Talk.org: Revolutionizing how we think and talk about race
Launched on December 1, 2009, our goal is to revolutionize thought, communication and activism related to race, gender and equality. Race-Talk has recruited more than 30 extraordinary authors, advocates, social justice leaders, journalists and researchers who graciously volunteered their expertise, their passion and time to deliberately discuss race, gender and equity issues in the US and globally. View the full list Race-Talk.org’s contributors. Race-Talk.org “crossposts” with The Huffington Post, Daily Kos and OpEdNews.
We intend to be a viable resource and a public forum to facilitate thoughtful but critical discussion on issues of race, ethnicity, social hierarchy, marginalized populations, democratic principles, and social justice. A range of perspectives on these and related issues is not only welcome, but necessary to achieving the desired kind of learning and exchange. Our topics range from education, politics, racial equity and pop culture.
The Race-Talk is managed and moderated by the staff at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity and is open to all respectful participants. The opinions posted here do not necessarily represent the views of the Kirwan Institute or the Ohio State University.