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Published on Dec 6, 2016
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 activist Jose Antonio Vargas, Journalist, filmmaker and immigration rights activist Dr. Myosha McAfee, Principle Racial Equitect, Google Cristela Alonzo, Comedian and race expert
Moderator: Michaela Angela Davis, Race, gender and image activist and cultural critic