Deconstructing Race: "Analyzing Inequities In A Racial Society" - Talks at Google


Google’s Decoding Race is a series of conversations featuring external luminaries as they address the most pressing racial issues of our day.On November 17, the Decoding Race series kicked off with a talk entitled, "Deconstructing Race: Analyzing Inequities in a Racial Society," where panelists discussed sentiments following the U.S. election, the strength of a mother following tragedy, racial justice for African-Americans and immigration in both the Latinx and Asian communities.Panelists:Sybrina Fulton, Mother of Trayvon Martin and activistJose Antonio Vargas, Journalist, filmmaker and immigration rights activistDr. Myosha McAfee, Principle Racial Equitect, GoogleCristela Alonzo, Comedian and race expertModerator:Michaela Angela Davis, Race, gender and image activist and cultural critic