Centering the global as media and medium, “The Global Imagination of Racial Justice: Coalition, Comparativism, Community” invites scholars and artists to explore ways to bridge U.S. national and global conceptions of racial justice through comparative projects in literary, and media studies. We seek funding for a Spring symposium that brings together artists, writers, and scholars that employ decolonial, intersectional, and transnational methodologies to create a common social agenda in and through difference. This project advances the broader mission of literary and media studies to develop a shared, planetary praxis toward antiracist futures.