Equity Conversation Guides for Young Leaders and Partners
The Casey Foundation has developed a set of four guides with meeting materials for leaders to hold facilitated conversations about dismantling racism within systems that affect young people.
The Equity Conversation Guides for Young Leaders and Partners provides step-by-step instructions for facilitators to lead groups of young people in understanding the history of structural racism and how it operates today. Groups will learn about important terms and concepts for discussing racism and equity, make group agreements that encourage open and productive conversation and learn how youth organizing has produced lasting positive change.
Digging Deep: Historical Context of Child Welfare Systems
To supplement this guide, four posters are available for participants to use in a data walk. The posters can be printed at 2x3 feet, but also will fit an 11x17-inch sheet (check your printer's settings on fitting the document to paper size). The posters offer historical context for the following centuries: