You cannot cure racism by sweeping it under the rug. Racism can only be remedied by an honest discourse in which various parties are allowed to openly discuss their experiences. Providing such a forum is Michele Norris and her brilliant creation, The Race Card Project. The Race Card Project started out as Norris’ way of starting an honest conversation about racism, but when she went on a book tour, she found out that people were more than willing to share their own plights, hopes, questions and overall experiences. Norris went out on a limb and created a project where participants are encourage send in postcards/emails that summed up their thoughts on racism using only six words. The project exploded over night and has become one of the most provocative open discussions in recent history.
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