Racial equity work requires champions and the skills of leadership at all levels and in all sectors. When considering leadership strategies, it is important to clarify whether the group wants to develop the capacities of leadership within a community very broadly, support the development of particular people as leaders, or both. It is also important to consider the capacities of leadership that may be required to move a particular agenda forward.
This section includes resources on leadership that are especially useful to groups that want to support the ability of a very wide group of people to hold courageous conversations, take risks and move a racial justice agenda forward.
- Grassroots Leadership Development: Workbook for Aspiring or Current Grassroots Leaders
- The Paths to Leadership in Community Change: A Review of Leadership Development Models in Rebuilding Communities Initiatives
- Leadership and Networks: New Ways of Developing Leadership in a Highly Connected World
- Leadership and Large-Scale Change: How to Accelerate Learning and Deepen Impact
- Advancing Racial Equity Through Capacity Building: The Kresge Foundation’s Talent and Leadership Development Efforts
- Liberatory Design Mindsets
- Evaluating Outcomes and Impacts: A Scan of 55 Leadership Development Programs
- Rising African American Leaders: Challenges for a New Generation
- Sustainability and Solidarity: Deepening Social Justice Leadership for These Times
- Leadership and Collective Impact: A Guide for Strengthening the Impact of Your Leadership Development Work
- Cultivating Nonprofit Leadership: A (Missed?) Philanthropic Opportunity