Phyllis & Gene  Unterschuetz

Phyllis & Gene Unterschuetz

Phyllis and Gene Unterschuetz are authors, speakers and workshop facilitators who have spent the past 15 years living in an RV, doing field research on the dynamics of racial conditioning. They have presented for universities, civic organizations, and neighborhood groups around the country. Their book Longing: Stories of Racial Healing was published May 2010 and contains true stories about their personal journey of racial awareness. During their year-long book tour the Unterschuetzes made over 150 appearances in 22 states, including at the National Center for Race Amity, Carter Center, W. K. Kellogg Foundation Headquarters and 12th Annual White Privilege Conference. Phyllis and Gene are co-creators, together with partner Tod Ewing, of the Race Story ReWrite Project, whose mission is to create sustainable social change by elevating the public discourse on race and empowering individuals to access their authentic capacities to transform cross-racial relationships.