Race Forward Announces Federal Initiative to Govern for Racial Equity


Maya Boddie
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Justice for Migrant Women Showcases “The Humans Who Feed Us” Project to Demonstrate the Connectedness Between Farmworkers, Farmers and Consumers

Narrative and portrait project “The Humans Who Feed Us” launches exhibit at the Sandusky County Fair to showcase the contributions of Ohio farmworkers 


Race Forward Announces $1 Million Contribution to Grassroots Racial Justice Organizing Groups

August 26, 2021

Contact: Maya Boddie

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Civil Rights Groups Respond to New Census Data

Racial Equity Anchor Collaborative Cites Cause for Concern and Hope, Calls on Legislators to Provide Equitable Representation in Redistricting.

Climate and Racial Justice Activist Isra Hirsi to Keynote Race Forward’s Inaugural Intergenerational Conference #RaceAnd Our Present Our Future

Race Forward introduces the keynote speaker for #RaceAnd: Our Present, Our Future.

Race Forward and Amalgamated Foundation Partner on "New Communities First" Initiative

Race Forward and Amalgamated Foundation announce a joint Senior Fellowship for Helen Chin to lead the Communities First initiative.

Leading Civil Rights Groups Call on President Biden to Create White House Racial Equity and Inclusion Office

“We stand at the crossroads of our country’s reckoning of race. We stand at this crossroads because of the vision and work of Black organizers and activists, alongside other organizers and activists of color, who have pushed this country closer to its professed ideals of justice, equality, and freedom for all. The Biden-Harris administration must walk alongside these organizers and activists by taking proactive steps to address systemic racism,” said Glenn Harris, president of Race Forward and publisher of Colorlines.

Race Forward Hails “New Era” in Addressing Racial Inequity

Race Forward renews call for Biden Administration to Establish Office on Racial Equity & Inclusion and Commends Revocation of Executive Order 13950.

Leading Civil Rights and Racial Justice Organizations Observe the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Fifth Annual National Day of Racial Healing, January 19, 2021

On Tuesday, January 19, 2021, communities, organizations, and individuals, across the country will take collective action during the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s fifth annual National Day of Racial Healing to celebrate our racial diversity and to reinforce and honor our common humanity.

Race Forward Calls For An End To Voter Suppression of Black and Brown Communities

Race Forward stands against Trump’s false declaration and authoritarian threat, which follows an election which saw historic turnout rates among Black communities, Indigenous communities, and other communities of color. These attacks are meant to disenfranchise legally cast votes in states such as North Carolina, Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Nevada, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, all states where voters of color have played a central role in the election.