This publication aims to provide an in-depth review and comparison of 10 training programs. It describes why programs do what they do and how they believe their approaches will produce positive results. Specifically, it examines how programs understand the sources and dynamics of racial and ethnic oppression and what principles and methods they use to address the problems. In addition, it assesses organizational capacities and the connection between program activities and intended outcomes. The guide is intended to help community leaders, organizations, policy makers, funders and other stakeholders select and support approaches that best suit their needs and goals. Programs examined are the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, the National Coalition Building Institute, Visions, World of Difference Institute, Crossroads Ministry, Everyday Democracy, Hope in the Cities, Dismantling Racism Institute, Challenging White Supremacy Workshop, and White People Working on Racism.
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