Racial Equity Resource Guide


Organizations



Race Forward

Offices in New York and Oakland, CA


Race Forward (formerly The Applied Research Center (ARC)) believes that pressing political conflicts demand a serious treatment of racial equity that addresses both a history of injustice and contemporary problems. They see racism in and demand concrete change from our most powerful public institutions to build a fair and equal society. Race Forward conducts research to expose the subtle racism of laws and regulations that result in hardship for black, Latino, Asian and native communities. It uses public policy as a key tool to repair these historic injustices by designing and implementing creative solutions to contemporary problems. Through advocacy leadership it trains a cadre of journalists, community organizers and elected officials to make these solutions real. Finally, Race Forward works through journalism and the mass media to push our society toward a real discussion of racial justice in the 21st century.




Related Guides & Workshops

Racial Equity Impact Assessment Toolkit

Racial Equity Impact Assessments (REIA) are systematic examinations of how different racial and ethnic groups will likely be affected by a proposed action or decision. This toolkit explains Racial Equity Impact Assessments, why they are needed, when they should be conducted and where they are in use.


Tagged with: Racial Healing, Professional Development, Racial Equity Toolkits/Guides to Action

Related Resources

Colorlines

Colorlines is a daily news site where race matters, featuring award-winning investigative reporting and news analysis. Colorlines is published by Race Forward, a national organization that advances racial justice through research, media and practice.


Tagged with: Media and Communications, Organizational Alliances, Racial Healing, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Magazines

MediaOnFerguson – a Media Report from Race Forward

An recent addendum to the Moving the Race Conversation Forward report, #MediaOnFerguson includes content analysis on print, cable, and social media coverage of Ferguson after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.


Tagged with: Media and Communications, Research for Action, Racial Healing, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Advocacy & Organizing, Articles, Select Papers / Booklets

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