The National Day of Racial Healing is part of Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation

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Every year, the National Day of Racial Healing honors our common humanity and seeks to repair the harms caused by racism. When we unravel our deeply held racial biases, we can bridge divides, restore one another to wholeness and transform our communities into places that affirm the inherent value of all people – today and for generations to come. Watch these videos to learn more.

National Day of Racial Healing 2021 Event

Watch this year’s virtual event, including meaningful conversations, inspirational performances, and more.

#HowWeHeal: Buffalo

Meet the “Breaking Barriers” Youth Leadership Council – a group utilizing its civic leadership training to address the practices and systems holding back men of color.

#HowWeHeal: Kalamazoo

In Kalamazoo, MI, neighbors, policymakers, faith groups and leaders advance racial healing through housing equity.

Crowns & Hops

Learn how Crown & Hops is leading the way in making the business case for racial equity.

2021 National Day of Racial Healing Sneak Peek

Learn more about the 2021 National Day of Racial Healing event.

Healing in Action

Watch the June 2020 Healing in Action event – a renewal to our commitment to racial equity and to ending racism in the wake of George Floyd’s death.

#HowWeHeal: Richmond

As a city steeped in confederate past, Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Richmond is using its history as a meeting place for understanding each other and using the arts to unearth the past and envision a new future together for all people.

#HowWeHeal: Battle Creek

Through affinity dinners and by addressing discrimination in housing, racial healing is happening in identity groups and across the entire community.

#HowWeHeal: Selma

In Selma, the path to justice and racial equity has left many wounds from which the community is still healing. Hope is emerging as they pursue restorative justice within local schools.

#HowWeHeal: Chicago

Chicago has come together to work on racial healing and overcome the city’s history of segregation. Participation from every front is crucial to the racial healing process.

#HowWeHeal: Waves and Bridges

Marc Bamuthi Joseph performs his spoken-word poem, explaining how, if we come together, America can be a bridge for racial healing.

National Day of Racial Healing 2020 Recap

A brief look into the 2020 National Day of Racial Healing. Activists and advocates describe #HowWeHeal.

National Day of Racial Healing 2020 Livestream

Watch last year’s event in full, including conversations and performances, and featuring guest speakers like Elaine Welteroth, Storm Reid, Baratunde Thurston, and many others.

National Day of Racial Healing 2019 Recap

Counteracting hate and injustice, communities set aside time to heal. Watch for a look into the 2019 event.

National Day of Racial Healing 2018 Recap

Watch for highlights and important messages shared at the 2018 event.

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On January 19, 2021, I invite you to join me for the 5th annual National Day of Racial Healing. The day will center around experiences rooted in truth-telling that lead to racial healing for a more just and equitable future. To realize a society free of systemic injustice, we must explore and unravel the deeply held racial biases of the past — the biases that hold us back from unleashing our collective energy and potential. 

 

To RSVP for the National Day of Racial Healing, find other virtual events hosted by organizations near you, and download action kits to bring racial healing to your community, visit http://dayofracialhealing.org/.

 

Check out last year’s event and stay tuned for more info coming soon. 

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Join us for the live premiere of the National Day of Racial Healing on Jan. 19 at 3 p.m. EST / 12 p.m. PST.