Richmond Racial Equity Essays
Richmond Racial Equity Essays is happy to announce the content of the Richmond Racial Equity Essays project. Richmond Racial Equity Essays is a multimedia project focused on advancing racial equity in Richmond, Virginia. Click HERE to take a look.
Inspired by The Just City Essays, DEI consultant and urban planner, Ebony Walden teamed up Meghan Gough from VCU’s Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs and urban farmer and activist Duron Chavis, to create The Richmond Racial Equity Essays, a multimedia project comprised of a collection of 24 essays, 7 video interviews and an 8-episode podcast series focused on racial equity in Richmond, Virginia. The project captures nearly 50 voices from all walks of life and sectors that explore what an equitable Richmond would look like, especially as it relates to racial equity, and highlights the strategies that will help us get there. The hope is for this project to lead Richmond (the former capital of the Confederacy) toward a solid framework for how to advance racial equity and be a model for discussion in other cities.
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