Research and Action for Change and Equity
Our movements for racial justice have won a great deal of change. However, struggles to close racial disparity gaps in the United States are far from over, especially as the population of people of color continues to grow. We believe that we can achieve racial justice by addressing racial inequities at various levels - from the legislative level to the individual and community levels.
Our Facing Race project is a collaboration with six community-based organizations in Oregon. They are: Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon, Basic Rights Oregon, Causa Oregon, Center for Intercultural Organizing, Partnership for Safety and Justice, Coalition of Communities of Color, and Urban League of Portland. Together with these partners, we publish Facing Race: Oregon Legislative Report Card on Racial Equity, an essential tool to help policymakers prioritize racial equity and inclusion in all areas of policymaking.
We have also assisted Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada in publishing the Nevada Legislative Report Card on Racial Equity in 2011 and 2009.
Through Racial Justice trainings, we help organizations tackle racial inequities from the inside out. We coach organizations to address disparities by applying a racial justice lens when developing their programs. Our trainings help organizers to understand how institutional and systemic racism are at play in their areas of focus, from environmental sustainability to worker justice to LGBTQ rights.
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