Racial inequities are deeply embedded in our social policies and practices. Looking behind the policies to the outcomes for white vs. ethnic families and workers sheds light on the importance of these issues. Reframing the conversation through the Race Matters Toolkit can transform our view and the results. This presentation shows how to use the toolkit effectively. For more information visit the Race Matters Institute website.

November 27, 2006

Race Matters Collection

In This Report, You’ll Learn

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    What the phrase embedded racial inequalities means.

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    How defining racial inequalities helps change the conversation.

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    How to use the Race Matters Toolkit to get results.

Key Takeaway

Defining racial inequalities

Being classified as black, Asian, Native American or Latino has never carried the same advantages as being classified as white. Given the right message, analysis and tools, people will work toward racial equity. 

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