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What is The Race Card Project?

The Race Card Project began as a means of fostering conversations around race in America. Individuals are invited to fill out a card where they use only six words to describe their thoughts, experiences, questions, or observations related to race and identity. 

Check out examples of other individuals thoughts about race on The Race Card Wall

A Few Race Cards from Jefferson


Race Card: Latino race does not mean Mexican

Race Card: Different experiences and backgrounds come together

Race Card: Beautiful, diverse, unique, special, colorful, different.

Race Card: "Is it because of my skin color?"

Race Card: Ignorant of privilege, but backpack full

Race Card: "It's not real, it's made up."