There are of course myriad textbooks, examples and tools available to help groups make meaning of qualitative and quantitative information. Several in this section were chosen to highlight some of the different ways groups use information to create findings related to racial equity. Several also provide models of how to embed equitable practices in that process. They offer ideas for addressing fundamental evaluative questions, including:
How will information be organized to look for patterns and trends?
How will information be organized to highlight issues related to racial differences and the effects of structural racism?
How will the information on the group’s strategies and desired changes be organized to assess what that work has contributed to accomplishing to this point?
How will the information on the group’s s [...]
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~ Doris Lessing, Author
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