Racial Equity Resource Guide


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10 Resources found.

The Exit Interview: Perceptions On Why Black Professionals Leave Grantmaking Institutions

This study by the ABFE represents a unique effort to learn more about why Black philanthropic professionals are leaving the field—as well as what their experiences suggest about how to both retain and support those who are currently working within the sector.


Tagged with: Research for Action, Racial Healing, Professional Development, Articles

Can “De-Biasing” Strategies Help to Reduce Racial Disparities in School Discipline?

“Can ‘De-Biasing’ Strategies Help to Reduce Racial Disparities in School Discipline?” summarizes the findings from various studies that suggest that implicit racial bias contributes to the differential treatment of children of color – particularly Black boys – in school settings.


Tagged with: Research for Action, Racial Healing, Professional Development, Education, Articles

Strengthening American Businesses and Our Economy Through Racial Equity

This report by America’s Edge seeks to explain why racial equity is important to business. It shows how businesses with greater racial diversity have higher sales revenue, more customers, greater market share, and greater relative profits compared with firms with more homogeneous makeup.


Tagged with: Research for Action, Racial Healing, Professional Development, Articles, Select Papers / Booklets

The Business Case for Racial Equity

When people face barriers to achieving their full potential, the loss of talent, creativity, energy, and productivity is a burden not only for those disadvantaged, but for communities, businesses, governments, and the economy as a whole. Initial research on the magnitude of this burden in the U.S., as highlighted in this brief, reveals impacts in the trillions of dollars in lost earnings, avoidable public expenditures, and lost economic output.


Tagged with: Research for Action, Racial Healing, Professional Development, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Select Papers / Booklets

American Ethnicity: The Dynamics and Consequences of Discrimination

From the Website: "American Ethnicity is a brief text that provides an accessible introduction to the dynamics of racial and ethnic relations. Key concepts and theories are summarized, and the authors develop a simple theoretical framework that guides the presentation of data on each of the prominent ethnic groups in America.


Tagged with: Racial Healing, Professional Development, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Books

Transformative Learning in Social Justice Organizations Through Reflective Practice

This paper describes a collective reflective learning process with members of five community-based organizations for the purpose of generating and documenting their learning from their work.


Tagged with: Organizational Alliances, Professional Development, Select Papers / Booklets

Moving a Racial Justice Agenda: Naming and Framing Racism

Framing is the process of talking about a subject and paying particular attention to how people hear what is being communicated and how their assumptions influence whether or not they "get" the message in the way you intend.


Tagged with: Media and Communications, Racial Healing, Professional Development, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Select Papers / Booklets

Leadership & Race: How to Develop and Support Leadership That Contributes to Racial Justice

This report suggests that leadership programs should make their programs more accessible for people of color, help participants understand how race limits access to opportunities, and promote collective leadership.


Tagged with: Research for Action, Racial Healing, Professional Development, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Articles, Select Papers / Booklets

Communications for Social Change: An Integrated Model for Measuring the Process and Its Outcomes

This working paper is one of a series of papers on Communication for Social Change, developed by the Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Communication Programs for the Rockefeller Foundation as part of its Communication for Social Change Grantmaking Strategy.


Tagged with: Media and Communications, Professional Development, Health & Family, Select Papers / Booklets

Power and Empowerment

This chapter is part of a larger publication entitled The Action Guide for Advocacy and Citizen Participation.


Tagged with: Racial Healing, Professional Development, Advocacy & Organizing, Select Papers / Booklets

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