In 2015, Race Inquiry Inc., a 501 (c) (3), was founded as an independent, non-commercial, website devoted to the curation and dissemination of news about race in America. Race is interpreted broadly, which includes the political and social activity of the major racial/ethnic groups, and their interactions on the American stage.
Ronald J. Sheehy, Ph.D., molecular biologist, retired university administrator, journalist, is founder and editor of Race Inquiry. He has a published memoir, Possibilities: A Search for Personal Liberation. Click here for a brief biographical sketch
Strategy and Implementation
Over 50 news sources are reviewed for stories that demonstrate excellence in analysis and reporting. Links to selected articles are published bi-weekly ( Monday and Thursday) in a summarized and easily readable format under the heading Race Inquiry Digest. The Digest is divided into six categories: Feature, Political/Social, Ethics/Morality/Religion, Historical/Cultural, Sports, and Site Information. In addition, articles appearing in the Digest are also published and archived on our home page under the following categories: National News, World News, Original, Sports, Culture, Past Voices, Opinion, Collegiate Voices, Ethics/Morality/Religion and Book/Podcast and Video Favorites.
New York Times, Washington Post, Huffington Post, Salon, USA Today, NPR, CNN, ABC News, Slate, US News and World Report, CBS News, NBC News, Associated Press News
Dissent, Buzzfeed, The Nation, Talkingpointsmemo, Democracy Now, Atlanta Black Star, The Christian Science Monitor, LA Times, AAIHS, The Guardian, National Geographic, The New Yorker, The Intercept, The Atlantic, The New Republic, Politico, Vox, Mother Jones, Rolling Stone, Andscape, Daily Kos, The Daily Beast, The Grio, The Root. Vanity Fair, Newsweek, The Conversation, Forbes, PBS News Hour, The Progressive, Propublica, Time, Fortune, The Hill, The Bulwark, SF Chronicle, Foreign Affairs, The Wall Street Journal, Blavity, Religion and Ethics Newsweekly, The Athletic ,Religion News Service, National Catholic Review, Christianity Today, Presbyterians Today