Jan 12, 2022National Day of Racial Healing – Online event

National Day of Racial Healing – Online event

When: January 18, 2022, at 2 p.m.
Where: Online.

Our sixth annual National Day of Racial Healing is an opportunity to bring people together in their common humanity and inspire collective action to create a more just and equitable world. Last year, thousands of people participated by viewing the virtual event and attending more than a hundred locally-hosted events held online. 

Now, more than ever, we need to actively come together and ensure our racial healing moments become movements.
Please join us on Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022, beginning at 2 p.m. along with our host, Soledad O’Brien, and featuring La June Montgomery Tabron, Heather McGhee, John Legend, Julissa Calderon, Linda Sarsour, Supaman, Reyes and more. (Closed captioning available in English, Haitian Creole & Spanish .)

To RSVP for the National Day of Racial Healing, find other virtual events near you, and download the action kits to bring racial healing to your community, visit the website. #HowWeHeal

New knowledge products for racial equity in evaluation

Doing Evaluation in Service of Racial Equity is our new three-part series of guides offering practical how-to knowledge on incorporating racial equity as a core value in designing and implementing evaluation activities. No matter where you are on your racial equity journey, these guides will help enhance your role in our collective efforts of challenging the status quo and dismantling systemic racism. Learn more and view the webinar series today.
Leaders in law, faith, entertainment and advocacy join the foundation’s Solidarity Council on Racial Equity

We are pleased to welcome five new leaders to our Solidarity Council on Racial Equity (SCoRE). Launched in 2018, SCoRE unites global change leaders who are at the forefront of racial equity in their spheres of influence to create a platform for collective action. The new members are:

  • Rachel Godsil, co-founder of the Perception Institute and distinguished professor of law with expertise in how implicit bias shapes our systems
  • Valarie Kaur, civil rights leader, lawyer, best-selling author and award-winning filmmaker
  • Winona LaDuke, economist, environmental activist, author, two-time former U.S. vice-presidential candidate and grandmother
  • Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner, one of the most influential rabbis in the U.S. and advocate for social justice in the Jewish and interfaith communities
  • Kerry Washington, Emmy-winning, SAG and Golden Globe-nominated actor, director and producer

We also thank the members who are transitioning to alumni status: author Michelle Alexander, filmmaker Ava DuVernay, author Heather McGhee, business executive Timothy Ryan and attorney Bryan Stevenson.

Have you seen the collaborative multimedia project developed by SCoRE member, Maria Hinajosa? “We Imagine Us” explores the role of imagination in transformative, systems-changing work – through both fictional storytelling and interviews with SCoRE members

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