Conversations with Rinku Sen in California
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Conversations with Rinku Sen

  • Thursday, June 9, Los Angeles, CA
    Noon at Mercado La Paloma in downtown Los Angeles at 3655 S Grand Avenue.
  • Friday, June 10, Oakland, CA
    Noon at Oakland’s Preservation Park, conveniently located near the 12th Street BART station.

Rinku Sen is an author, activist and the President and Executive Director of the racial justice organization Race Forward and publisher of

A leading figure in the racial justice movement for the last 20 years, Rinku has positioned Race Forward as the movement's national home for media, research and activism through extensive practical experience on race, feminism, immigration, economic justice, philanthropy and community organizing. Over the course of her career, Rinku has woven together journalism and organizing to further social change.

We hope that you can join us for these important conversations.

RSVP to Dwayne S. Marsh at no later than Thursday, June 2. Thank you and please do not hesitate to be in touch directly if you have any questions about these events.

Woodbury, MN is participating in the Minnesota Advancing Racial Equity cohort

The town of Woodbury, MN is participating in the Minnesota Advancing Racial Equity: Putting Theory Into Action year-long learning cohort for local and regional government. GARE, in partnership with the League of Minnesota Cities, launched the cohort of governmental jurisdictions that are systemically focusing on advancing racial equity in January.

Participating jurisdictions are cities, towns and counties from across Minnesota that make a one-year commitment, and as a result of participation,develop a Racial Equity Action Plan, begin to use a Racial Equity Tool, and build the skill, understanding and commitment of their own staff to advance racial equity.

Check out this video from Woodbury that highlights the importance of this effort to Woodbury:

Woodbury MN: Racial Equity Training
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