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Race Forward is excited to premiere a new iteration of our FRED Talks (Facing Race Elevating Democracy) video series!

We traveled to Tucson, Arizona to explore why it’s important to build solidarity across movements to end mass incarceration and detention. Stream our two-part, sit-down conversation between Dawn Harrington, Executive Director at Free Hearts, a nonprofit organization created to reunite families affected by incarceration, and Jessica Rodriguez, an immigrant rights activist and Director of the Southside Workers Center, which supports a community of worker-leaders that organizes to raise the standard of worker conditions. 

In the video, Dawn and Jessica talk about the major role capitalism plays in the detention and incarceration of communities of color, and discuss strategies to target the root cause issues that cause systemic oppression. 

Watch Part 1: Dawn and Jessica on Intersections of Mass Incarceration and Detention

Watch Part 2: Dawn and Jessica Dig Deeper Into Mass Detention and Incarceration

FRED Talks is a part of Race Forward’s Mass Freedom work, bridging movements to end the criminalization of people of color and share our vision for a better future, to build a democracy that is truly free, together. Stream this playlist of our previous FRED Talks, and share your thoughts on Dawn and Jessica’s conversation on Facebook and Twitter

Check out our latest below!

BRE Training

Attend a 2020 Building Racial Equity Training

We have BRE trainings coming up in Mississippi, Minnesota, Wisconsin and more! 

Building Racial Equity: Foundations is a one-day training focused on teaching you how to apply a racial equity lens to your work, and the best ways to begin applying what you learn. Did you know we’re coming to new cities this year? Register with the early bird discount for our upcoming trainings in Jackson, Mississippi, Twin Cities, Minnesota, Madison, Wisconsin, and more!

Sharpen your skills to challenge and change institutional racial inequities at our trainings in 2020. Check to see where in the country we’ll be on our national schedule, and we hope to see you there. If you have questions about group discounts, student discounts or tuition assistance, please reach out to our training team at

Visions For Racial Justice

Join Facing Race as a Sponsor!

Let's Build Power Together at Facing Race 2020

Facing Race is bringing together movement-makers from across the nation for the largest multiracial, intergenerational conference on racial justice to Raleigh, North Carolina on November 12th-14th. This is an exciting opportunity for your organization to be highlighted to the 4,000+ attendees that will be at the conference!  

Facing Race is possible because of our generous foundation sponsors, individual donors, and organizational supporters. Sponsors are acknowledged throughout the conference, and receive complimentary tickets and advertising opportunities. 

To learn more about organization, foundation, university, and corporate sponsorship opportunities, please contact Race Forward at

Staff Picks

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Find out what art & culture is attracting the attention of our staff! This month we hear from our Development Associate, Joseph Haverlock!

"I’m really excited about The Good Place. The show tries to answer the question, “What does it mean to be a good person?” By following the four main characters on their journey to become better people, the show has evolved over time— reframing the focus from whether or not you’re actually deemed a good person, to whether or not you’re actively trying to be a better person. It has caused me to reexamine my own philosophy on morality, the afterlife, and what we owe to each other as humans."

What are you listening to, watching, reading and learning? Tell us on Twitter or Facebook.

In solidarity,

Team Race Forward




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