Black/Brown Power, Whiteness and Women: The 2020 Election Challenge—Democrats, Be the Light! Save America! (…and the World!)”

The Global Women's Caucus, the Global Hispanic Caucus, and the Global Black Caucus have teamed up for a Women's History Month webinar

In this webinar, "Black/Brown Power, Whiteness and Women:  The 2020 Election Challenge—Democrats, Be the Light! Save America! (…and the World!)” Ramona Houston, Ph.D., PMP, discusses how racial politics is at the root of Trumpism, which is precipitating the deterioration of American politics as well as America’s standing as a beacon of hope and leadership for the world.  In this webinar, Dr. Houston briefly explores the historical development of racism and whiteness in America, arguing that Democrats must understand this history and its manifestations to effectively dismantle Trumpism as well as develop more powerful multi-racial/multi-cultural coalitions and a stronger Democratic Party.  According to Dr. Houston, women play a vital role in this process.  

Ultimately, Dr. Houston challenges Democrats to “Be the Light!” especially during the critical upcoming 2020 Elections—both locally and nationally.  Whether Black, Brown, or White, progressive or conservative, rural or urban, domestic or abroad, Ramona contends that ALL Democrats individually and collectively must work strategically and aggressively to destroy Trumpism, secure the Presidency, and win local elections.  By being the Light Democrats will usher in a greater and more perfect union, and most importantly, save America and the world!


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Ramona Houston, Ph.D., PMP, enjoys a multifaceted career as a scholar, social impact strategist, and speaker.  American race relations, social responsibility, and higher education are the principal spheres of her work.  An American historian, Ramona, specializes in 20th century American history, civil rights, and race relations, specifically it's African American and Mexican American dimensions.  Through her publications/presentations, Ramona explores Black/Brown relations, promoting the importance of diverse groups working together to increase their capacity and effectiveness in advancing social change and social justice.


A Project Management Professional (PMP), Ramona is also Founder and Chief Strategist of Kaliráh Strategies, a boutique firm that helps business enterprises as well as professional athletes and entertainers to design and execute their social impact strategy.  Ramona is proud of the results.  Through Kaliráh Strategies Ramona and her team advance the social causes clients believe in, strengthen their community, enhance their brand, and, ultimately, enrich their legacy. 


Whether she is producing scholarship, coordinating philanthropic projects, or speaking, Ramona seeks to fulfill her professional mission of “Inspiring minds, connecting communities, realizing visions and impacting the world.”


Ramona is a graduate of The University of Texas (Ph.D. in History) and Clark Atlanta University (BA in Spanish and History).  A native of Brownwood, Texas, Ramona currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband Terreon Gully and their princess Chase, a thirteen-year-old Pomeranian.  To contact or learn more about Ramona, visit  Follow her on Twitter @ramonahouston.


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March 24, 2020 at 2pm - 3:30pm Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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