The Atlantic will be in Los Angeles to explore the changing narrative of race and identity in this country. In our second annual Race + Justice summit we will convene civic leaders, activists, artists, policymakers and storymakers for a day of unflinching conversation. The summit will unfold in multiple chapters, as we try to answer the questions: Who is California? Where is Home? What is Justice? and Whose Story Gets Told?
Within that framework we will tackle some of the most pressing issues of our time, from immigration and housing, to policing and the role that Hollywood plays in shaping the story of race in America.
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