Charles Ogletree, Jr. 1952-2023

And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, That bringeth forth his fruit in his season; His leaf also shall not wither; And whatsoever he doeth shall prosper. Psalms 1:3 Charles Ogletree, Jr. brought forth fruits of goodness to humanity and leaves a legacy that prospers as we...

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2023 Race Amity Day Highlights

Well over 100 Race Amity Day celebrations were held around the country in 2023. Some included city or county proclamations, some involved local government or community leaders from many backgrounds. Some people focused on leaders and held symposiums, some focused on families and held picnics, some...

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Renowned Forester With a Timely Message

In celebration of Earth Month, we offer this guest article by Hugh Locke, President of the Haiti Smallholder Farmer’s Alliance: Richard St. Barbe Baker (1889 – 1982) was a renowned forester who is recognized as the first global conservationist. He founded the Men of the Trees in 1922 in...

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Talking About Race — NOW ON DEMAND!

Talking About Race: A Conversation with Penn Badgley and Masud Olufani from National Center for Race Amity on Vimeo. Talking About Race: A Conversation with Penn Badgley and Masud Olufani Among the challenges all Americans, young and old, are faced with in the 21st century, is how do we develop...

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Sing Sistah Sing! Tales of Transatlantic Freedom

Support the work of the National Center for Race Amity and join us for a memorable and moving evening of music, story and song. The National Center for Race AmityandYard Heads Internationalpresent the American Premiere and Showcase of: Sing Sistah Sing!TALES OF TRANSATLANTIC FREEDOMwithCelebrated...

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