Diversity Education and Social Justice Advocacy because... RACE MATTERS
Black Girls Aren't Magic Tracey Robertson, TEDxOshkosh
Tracey Robertson, Fit Oshkosh Co-Founder and Executive Director speaking at TEDxOshkosh in November, 2017. If you'd like Tracey to speak at your next event, click here!
How "Color-Brave" Dialogue Can Move U.S. Forward on Racism
Tracey Robertson, Fit Oshkosh Co-Founder and Executive Director talks with Wisconsin Public Television after the Charlottesville Protests.
Community Connection with WOSH AM 1490
WOSH talks to our Executive Director, Tracey, each month about the work of Fit Oshkosh. November's conversation focused on Fit’s work with youth in the community.
To promote social transformation through Color-Brave conversations, education, advocacy, and research in order to achieve race equity and justice within our community.
What is Racial Literacy?
Racial Literacy is a 21st century skill designed to aid the community including business and civic organizations to appropriately respond to the increasing racial and ethnic diversity within the communities they serve. We are committed to building a welcoming and inclusive community, helping our region grow and thrive in an increasingly complex, multi-cultural, global economy.
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