Of the many things that can divide Americans — political beliefs, nationality, religion, age, gender identity — one of the most difficult to navigate is race. Even after decades of civil rights gains and positive diversity efforts, racial relations in the U.S. remain fraught. And the tension can be seen at every level of our society, from presidential to personal. But in small groups across the country, there is a quiet effort to develop authentic dialogue through cross-racial friendships.

Guests:

David Howse - Executive Director of ArtsEmerson, Senior Associate Vice President of the Office of the Arts at Emerson College and an organizer of Eggs and Social Justice.
Eve Bridburg - Founder and Executive Director of Grub Street and an organizer of Eggs and Social Justice.
Alyce Johnson - Interim Institute Community Equity Officer at MIT and a member of “The Club.”
Sharon Bridburg - Director of HR for the Office of the Vice Chancellor at MIT and a member of “The Club.”