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 greater unity among the incredible and diverse people and beliefs in our land. How do we achieve the true strength of our nation’s creed, E Pluribus Unum, “Out of Many, One.”
The National Center for Race Amity invites secondary schools and colleges across America to join television star, Penn Badgley and artist and poet, Masud Olufani for a powerful special program, Talking About Race.
Moderated Howard Ross, bestselling author of Every Day Bias, this program is ideal for use in college and high-school settings to prompt conversations about interracial friendships and working together to overcome patterns of exclusion and oppression.
The program is in two parts, each about 34 minutes long.