In 2015 the number of forcibly displaced people across the world was the highest since World War II (UNHCR Global Trends 2016). As global inequalities are largely the sedimentation of colonialism, several mechanisms and expressions of displacement occur alongside racial lines. Displacement has reached an equally unprecedented level also within and nearby urban areas, with slum populations rising exponentially in the last years. The purpose of this mailing list is to offer a forum where scholars, activists, practitioners and anyone else interested in these issues can share information, ideas and other resources aiming at illuminating the logics of displacement and banishment that operate at either an international or an urban scale, and often at both scales. Call for papers, book launches, art performances, social mobilizations, debates, newspaper articles and any other resource that sets a link between race and displacement will be welcome. Sharing is caring.