Racial Equity Resource Guide


Guides & Workshops



Alaska Native Dialogues on Racial Equity Toolkit

First Alaskans Institute


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Alaska Native Dialogues on Racial Equity Toolkit was developed as a part of the Alaska Native Dialogues on Racial Equity (ANDORE) project. ANDORE aims to foster racial healing through engagement in community conversations across Alaska on race, racism and racial equity. Through open dialogues, communities can move toward increased understanding, healing and growth. To achieve this goal, the project elevates stories and experiences through community conversations and seeks to advance policy solutions that will help achieve racial equity.

The project toolkit contains a number of resources to help guide meaningful and effective dialogue around the topics of racial equity and racial healing. The toolkit includes:

  • Dialogue Agreements –An approach outlining parameters to maintain respect among participants and creating a supportive atmosphere in dialogues 
  • Host Guide –Details the components necessary to host a successful community dialogue
  • General Project Scope Presentation –Outlines the project aims 
  • Project Description –A one-pager explaining the background and usefulness of the project 
  • Mini-Documentaries Press Release –Highlights some of the important conversations taking place in the space 
  • Powerful Questions to Stimulate Dialogue on Racism –Prompts to encourage group dialogue during during community conversations 
  • Sample Dialogue Flow –Tips to carry out an orderly dialogue and ensure that each voice is heard 
  • Sample Model for Hosting Dialogues on Racism and Racial Equity –An outline for hosting difficult dialogues


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First Alaskans Institute

The First Alaskans Institute is committed to developing the capacities of Alaska Native people and their communities through community engagement, information and research, collaboration and leadership development.


Tagged with: Racial Healing, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Advocacy & Organizing, Alaska

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