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This two-page brief hits the highlights for racial change. It tells what a Racial Equity Impact Assessment is, why it’s important, and how decision makers can use this new tool to help reduce, eliminate and prevent racial inequities and discrimination.
Advancing Better Outcomes for All Children
MORE Race Matters provides advice around specific topics that advance racial equity for all children. This guide focuses on producing racially equitable data and media presentations.
This fact sheet offers a quick source for analysis and strategies related to issues of inequity surrounding media coverage and race.
This 6-page user’s guide explains how to use the Race Matters toolkit.
More Race Matters Update #2
This guide, part of the Race Matters Toolkit, outlines a clear, three-step strategy for helping organizations make more racially equitable purchasing decisions. V
isit the Race Matters Institute for more entries in the Race Matters collection.
More Race Matters Update #4
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.
Assessing Policies, Programs, and Practices
All policies, programs and practices have some impact on racial equity. The challenge is to find out what those impacts are and make changes.
A slideshow on how unintentional inequities lead to racial prejudice, along with tips on how to use the Race Matters toolkit.
The educational inequality is permeating our poorer school districts due to embedded racial inequity and unequal access to education. Learn more about race and education inequality here.
This 2006 fact sheet reviews community-building strategies and the limitations they may have because of unintended racial overtones.
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