Racial Justice

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by Racial Equity Learning and Action Community

A self-assessment of where you are on your racial equity journey as an organization


by American Public Health Association
A series of webinars and discussion guides to facilitate conversations about racism and racial health equity for public health and community practitioners
by Heather McGhee, author of The Sum of Us
Heather McGhee embarks on a road trip across Covid-era America, unearthing stories of American solidarity and hope in a time of great division and peril for our democracy. Join Heather as she travels from rural Maine to the California coast and everywhere in between, meeting extraordinary Americans who are crossing demographic, cultural, and political lines to build a better future for all of us.
by American Public Health Association, deBaumont Foundation, National Collaborative for Health Equity
Healing Through Policy aims to provide local leaders options for policies and practices to move along the continuum from commitment to action for health, racial equity, and justice.
by 100 Million Healthier Lives
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...
by Institute for Policy Studies (Inequality.org Project)
This report offers 10 bold solutions broken into three categories: Programs, Power and Process. These solutions are designed to strike at the structural underpinnings holding the racial wealth divide in place while inspiring activists, organizers, academics, journalists, legislators and others to think boldly about taking on this incredibly important challenge.

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Data For Power

Police Violence Report

A shocking number of people in the US are killed by police violence. Campaign Zero has provided a database which WE in the World has presented as an interactive visualization.

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