The Greenlining Institute’s annual Summit brings together the most important voices in the movement for racial justice and convenes over 1,000 change-makers to build momentum for transformative change.
To mark Greenlining’s 30th anniversary, we’re bringing it back to in-person in Oakland, CA for the first time since 2019. We’re thrilled to announce that stand-up comedian and director W. Kamau Bell will join us as this year’s featured speaker.
Kamau Bell’s thought-provoking analysis, hilarious wit, and insight into this country’s relationship with race will set the tone for the Just Future Summit–one of the country’s largest racial equity conferences.
Award Winning Comedian, Director, and Host of CNN's "United Shades of America"
Labor Rights Leader, Founder of Dolores Huerta Foundation
ACTIVIST AND POLITICAL STRATEGIST
PRINCIPAL AT BLACK FUTURES LAB, AUTHOR OF “THE PURPOSE OF POWER” & CO-FOUNDER OF THE BLM GLOBAL NETWORK
RACIAL AND CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST; AUTHOR OF "WE ARE NOT HERE TO BE BYSTANDERS: A MEMOIR OF LOVE & RESISTANCE"
California Insurance Commissioner
Deputy Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
EDITOR IN CHIEF AT THE 19TH
ORGANIZER, DIRECTOR OF THE WORKING FAMILIES PARTY
AUTHOR, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NEXT RIVER: AN INSTITUTE FOR PRACTICING THE FUTURE
Hear from inspiring change makers, activists, artists, corporate leaders and policy experts.See this year's line-up
Our main stage discussions take a deep dive into the most urgent equity issues impacting our communitiesVIEW THE SCHEDULE
Our engaging workshops provide participants with the tools, resources, and winning strategies to address critical issues facing communities of color.VIEW THE SCHEDULE
Participants gain exclusive access to relationship-building opportunities with leading policy experts, social justice advocates and leaders from across the country.REGISTER TODAY
The Just Future Summit is for anyone working at the intersections of racial, climate and economic equity.
“The power in words, the ability of the panelists to speak freely, so important for us to center the work with, for, and around POC.”