We speak with Carrie Maultsby-Lute and Heather McGhee about the “Unfinished: Actualizing an Intersectional Antiracist Future” Conference. We also discuss The Center for Transformative Action and the new book by Heather McGhee, The Sum Of US: What Racism Costs Everyone And How We Can Prosper Together.
Heather McGhee a bestselling author and antiracist strategist.
- Unfinished: Actualizing an Intersectional Antiracist Future occurring virtually (Hopin platform) on April 8th and 9th at 11:30 am – 5:30 pm.
- The Conference is produced by social equity organization at Mills College, Center for Transformative Action, and is FREE to all – the focus is on actualizing justice. The event features the models and innovators that are getting us there.
- Conference highlights: Heather McGhee, Saru Jayaraman (One Fair Wage), Corrina Gould (Sogorea Te’ Land Trust), Angela Glover Blackwell (PolicyLink), plus more than 60 speakers, largely representing Oakland.
- People should register on Hopin, even if they can’t catch all of it. (They will have the opportunity to see the videos later.)