Meet three TEDx Temecula speakers

Doyin Richards, a bestselling author and an anti-racism facilitator, gives his TEDx Temecula Talk, Nov. 17. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEDx Temecula, an independently organized TED – Technology, Entertainment, Design – event, is hosting watch parties featuring six unique talks over the course of several weeks. Doyin Richards, whose talk aired Nov. 17, spoke to the issue of racism as an anti-racism facilitator. “The main emphasis behind getting into this anti-racism work is because I feel like the George Floyd murder really opened up a lot of eyes in the White community as to how bad racism is,” Richards said. “It’s not just what happened to George Floyd. It’s the reactions of people who witnessed it and still made excuses for the murder.” As an anti-racism facilitator, Richards helps teach people how to not be racist, starting from kindergarteners to adults. He has written two children’s books;
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