This four-page update — part of the Race Matters Toolkit — introduces three simple tools for starting racial equity work off right. For more entries in the Race Matters collection, visit the Race Matters Institute website.
Introducing a user-friendly starter kit to help you advance race equity work today
Findings & Stats
Tool No. 1
The What’s Race Got to Do With It? tool introduces four simple questions aimed at helping you gain a deeper understanding of how racial inequities come about.
Tool No. 2
The Racial Equity Impact Analysis tool shares five questions to ask when crafting policies and practices that produce more racially equitable outcomes.
Tool No. 3
The How to Talk About Race tool spells out four steps to take to reach a diverse audience and keep the conversation focused on the structural barriers at play in racial equity work.
Statements & Quotations
[The tools described here] provide meaningful steps for moving ahead with an agenda that has a good chance of reducing racial disparities and disproportionality.
The original Race Matters toolkit is a reference document that you can call on for further explanations, more detail, basic data, and an in-depth introduction to the rich possibilities of racial equity work.
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