Race Relations and Minorities News

USAonRace.com is proud to host online Race Relations Forums. We are committed to providing a “gathering place” where many voices can participate in an ongoing conversation about race relations in the United States and around the globe.

Purpose and Objectives

The purpose of these online forums is to enable many more people to engage in the dialogue than could otherwise participate in a small community gathering. This online discussion can be a great addition to small group meetings that might be occurring in communities all over the country.

With these forums, we hope to achieve the following objectives:

  • Promote a better understanding of issues around race and ethnicity across the country;
  • Create a sense of community that we are “all in this together.”
  • Identify constructive strategies that are working to increase understanding and improvement; and
  • Stimulate a level of commitment needed to take actions to make things better where you live.

How the Forums Work

Various issues and subjects will be posted on a regular basis for comment. Please submit questions and issues you would like to be posted for discussion. A summary of the discussion with any pertinent findings will be provided and posted on line for visitors to access, download and distribute as they deem valuable.

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February 14th, 2011
Written by administrator in Race Relations with 15 Comments
Immigration reform continues to be one of the most pressing and politically sensitive domestic issues that America faces. It is estimated that more than twelve million illegal immigrants live and work the United States. While different measures are being taken to stop the influx of more immigrants, one imminent and pressing question is: What should be done with the illegal immigrants that are...
January 10th, 2011
Written by administrator in Race Relations with 0 Comments
Race, while as old as civilization, continues to escape a sustained conversation. For some reason, we feel satisfied with completely ignoring the subject, or only addressing it when a blatant and ugly incident makes it unavoidable, and calls into question our own sense of decency. The mission of USAonRace is to provide an opportunity to share meaningful information that helps improve our...


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