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Race, Racism, and Social Equity Survey Complete

Next step: Evaluate data and determine Courageous Conversations topics

Shaw University’s Center for Racial and Social Justice in partnership with the City of Raleigh will lead a series of public listening sessions on race, racism, and social equity in 2021.

The first phase of this important work has concluded.

We surveyed the public on topics they would like to discuss, and why they would like to discuss them. The survey received 3,744 views with 560 participants and a total of 9,201 responses. The comments we received by telephone will be added to the digital report. 

What's next

Over the next two weeks the team at Shaw University’s Center for Racial and Social Justice will review the data and determine the Courageous Conversation Topics. In the coming weeks we will let the public know how and when they can participate in the Courageous Conversations.  

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About Courageous Conversations

Courageous Conversation

Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin talks about partnering with Shaw University’s Center for Racial and Social Justice to lead the conversations.