Our conversation continues with the Power 2 Change series, speaking with Tracey Robertson of Oshkosh.
After moving here with her daughter in 2011, they experience racism in a different way. It led Tracey to create community conversations about race, and shortly after, a grassroots non-profit called FIT Oshkosh, that worked in education and social justice. While the group dissolved earlier this year, Tracey Robertson continues facilitating change through independent consulting.
In this episode, we talk more about racial literacy and implicit bias.
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