Join us for a conversation with Angela Peoples and Connie Razza


Thursday, December 15th I 3-4:15pm EST



Imagine a future in which American identity is untethered from white supremacy — neither white supremacist nor centered around resisting white supremacy. Without forgetting the lessons of our past, this American identity would create space for a fundamental reconstitution of the story of America to align with the world we aim to build over the decades to come.


The Bridge Project’s Reframing the Prevailing American Narrative for 2052 report shares destination narrative frameworks that craft a story of who we hope to be in three decades time, informing the work we do today to create the space to redefine our American identity.

Join us on December 15th as we explore the role of narrative in crafting a story of belonging in and to America – a story untethered from white supremacy – with Angela Peoples and Connie Razza of the The Bridge Project, a narrative research collaboration between Social & Economic Justice Leaders Project (SEJ) and The South. The conversation will be moderated by Erica Williams, Executive Director of the DC Fiscal Policy Institute.


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