Racial Equity Resource Guide


One Nation Indivisible

Washington, DC

One Nation Indivisible connects and mobilizes people who are building and sustaining racially, culturally, linguistically, and economically integrated schools, social institutions and communities in the United States. The organization also offers stories about the importance of discussing race and the economic and societal benefits of increased equality and integration.

The organization connects educators, parents, organizers, planners and student engaged in integration work to people and organizations working on integration policy, litigation, research and advocacy. One Nation Indivisible brings groups together by hosting conferences and strategy sessions in collaboration with community based organizations and civil rights groups.

One Nation Indivisible provides a platform for communities to tell their stories of racial isolation and widening economic inequality, in addition to highlighting individuals who are working to create change. The stories they publish feature immigration integration success stories from across the country, providing guidelines for communities struggling to incorporate immigrants where they live.

Related Resources

“Why Do We Have to Talk About Race So Much?”

The article “Why Do We Have to Talk About Race So Much?,” provides a case study for how educators, parents, and students can come together to discuss topics that are generally avoided: bias, culture, race and stereotyping.

Tagged with: Racial Healing, Education, Articles

The Reclamation Project

This article from One Nation Indivisible serves as a case study for how communities can successfully integrate immigrant populations into existing communities.

Tagged with: Racial Healing, Immigration, Articles

Utah’s Bilingual Boon

This article addresses the challenges of integrating Spanish-speaking students into English-speaking school districts and presents solutions to ensure high-quality education for all students.

Tagged with: Racial Healing, Education, Immigration, Articles

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