People with lived experience of racism endure gaps in access to employment, income, education, housing, social services, healthy food, and more. White people benefit from having better access to these systems. This disparity is “institutional racism.” These systemic imbalances will persist until white people and people with lived experience of racism confront institutional racism -- together.
The toolkit is designed to: Find out where your organization is on its racial equity journey; Spa...
Many of the strategies that transportation agencies can take to increase active transportation, improve safety, improve air quality, and improve connectivity can improve equity if they are targeted in low-income and minority communities.
The Just Energy Policies and Practices Action Toolkit contains practical, user-friendly guidance on how you can phase out toxic energy - like coal, nuclear, and oil facilities - and bring in clean energy - like wind and solar. Start planning energy justice plans to best fit the needs in your community.
by Center for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas
The Community Tool Box is a free, online resource for those working to build healthier communities and bring about social change. It offers thousands of pages of tips and tools for taking action in communities.
A collection of web resources combining academic research and practical pointers for helping students feel more connected on campuses (mostly college level). A special section addresses COVID-19 considerations.