New Book: Race and America’s Future
Posted by on August 03, 2010
America is changing.
By 2050, no single racial or ethnic group will comprise a majority in this country. That reality opens the door to a historic opportunity to create a truly inclusive, sustainable democracy. The political and policy choices we make today will chart the course for America’s future.
In our new book, Uncommon Common Ground: Race and America’s Future, Stewart Kwoh, Manuel Pastor, and I take a deep and critical look at race in America today and propose an agenda that will lead us all to a more equitable nation.
But this conversation needs your voice and your ideas. Against the backdrop of a continuing recession, populist anger, and deep uncertainty, there is an urgent need for America to think long-term.
Please join us on EquityBlog to chart a course for race and America’s future.
Angela Glover Blackwell
Founder & CEO
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