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National Day of Racial Healing LibGuide



The W. K. Kellogg Foundation, along with over 550 community leaders and partners, established the National Day of Racial Healing (NDORH). Now in its 5th year, NDORH is observed on the Tuesday following Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Using Truth Racial Healing and Transformation (TRHT) practices NDOHR is a call for sharing in community our experiences, for active and deep listening, developing trust and respectful dialogue, while honoring our common humanity. By recognizing that racial healing is a process and necessary for racial equality we can create a just and equitable world through positive change. Many communities and organizations across our country will participate in the National Day of Racial Healing through collective healing and commitment to action.



Join us for the live premiere of the 5th annual National Day of Racial Healing. The conversations presented in this program took place before the recent events at the U.S. Capitol and beyond - events that have only validated this movement, and caused many more people to ask: what will it take for our country to heal? Today you will hear answers to this question, from people doing this work across the nation. The National Day of Racial Healing, observed annually, is dedicated to exploring the ongoing work of #HowWeHeal from the effects of racism. Launched on Jan. 17, 2017, it is an opportunity to bring all people together in our common humanity and inspire collective action to create a more just and equitable world. This annual day is hosted by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) and was created with and builds on the work and learnings of the Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) community partners. It is held every year on the Tuesday following Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.


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