Determining Action and Strategy
Some of the most meaningful activism starts at the neighborhood, community, and city level. This section provides examples of racial equity work taken on by municipalities including Seattle, Ferguson, Portland, and Boston, and shares how residents work for racial equity in health, education, and jobs at the local level.
In the Change Process section, you can find resources describing several levels and types of change, including individual transformation, leadership, internal organizational change, community change, and movement building. To prepare for determining action and strategy, two sections with additional tools and examples are Organizational Assessme [...]
“Meetings on racial justice often resemble nothing so much as a bazaar filled with peddlers offering the all-purpose answer. The reality is that the problem has no single or simple solution … If there is one answer, it lies in recognizing how complex the issue has become and in not using that complexity as an excuse for inaction.”
~ Ellis Cose, Author, The Rage of a Privileged Class
Justice by Design – Antionette Carroll, TEDxHerndon
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