There is no better time than the present to examine race as it is practiced and understood in the United States and around the world. The existing racial caste system has produced a multitude of societal ills and vast economic and political inequality. In order to address these social imbalances, they must be acknowledged along with the establishment of a plan to correct those ills with impartial consideration for all who live in the world today. As the world moves closer to that reality, this volume employs the use of critical race media literacy (CRML), along with critical media literacy (CML)—both an offshoot of media literacy (ML) and critical race theory (CRT) in educational settings to help make meaning of existing imbalances with the intention of transforming them. The combination of these theoretical frames, along with others, introduces the social construct of race in order to amplify the racialized nature of media messages and media systems and to foster increased audience engagement surrounding these processes.