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Jul 11

A Voice of Clarity: Three-Fifths Magazine on Thurs July 11, 7-8:30pm ET

In a world of confusing messages, Three-Fifths Magazine speaks with a voice of clarity. We bring attention to honest depictions of history and the agents of truth now and past.

Cognitive inertia keeps oppressive systems in place until disruptive events occur. 2020 was one of those inflection points in which events exposed hidden truths, forcing long-avoided yet ever-needed conversation. Although the ever-predictable backlash is on, so is the hope for a better future through thoughtful conversation involving societal reckoning, racial equity, historical perspective and spiritual insight.

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Jul 11, 2024 07:00pm ET - Jul 11, 2024 08:30pm ET


Meet our presenter!

Kevin Robinson has been a pioneer in diversity, having lived it.

Kevin and his wife, Beverly, have established a track record. Kevin and Beverly are also the authors of The Coat of Many Colors.

With the events of the 2020 Racial Reckoning, Kevin's leadership and resilience shone through as he continued to elevate as a voice for those who have been left behind. His work as a traveled speaker, both domestically and internationally, and his facilitation of discussions and workshops, including the founding of Three-Fifths Magazine, became an independent apparatus for working toward racial justice, embodying the principles captured in the scripture of Micah 6:8.

About the Anti-Racist Community Network (ARCN)

We are building a pathway to the emerging anti-racist, multiracial society…

The ARCN is a multiracial, anti-racist online community working to achieve racial justice and end white supremacy through activism and organizing. Our members want to be actively networking against racism and white supremacy. Through education and activism, we are working together for real and lasting societal change.

The Anti-Racist Community Network is owned and operated by the Center for the Study of White American Culture, Inc. Founded in 1995, we are known in anti-racist circles. Our operating philosophy for ARCN is to create a big tent. If you are comfortable working under our explicit expectation that you support racial justice and building anti-racist multiracial community, then you are welcome and we invite you to come.

Member Policy

Black, Indigenous, and People of Color may join the ARCN with a complimentary equity membership. Click here if this applies to you.

White people who cannot afford the cost to join may apply for a scholarship. White people with the means to pay are asked to do so, and we also welcome People of Color who would like to support us in addition to your presence by enrolling in a paid membership plan.

The subscription plan with an annual plan is in place and you can sign up now. Click HERE.