This paper examines the racial leadership gap in the nonprofit sector, provides ways to change organizational and systemic barriers, and ensure policies, practices, and culture are aligned with the values of diversity, inclusion, and equity with measurable results.
This report explores the intersection of kids, race and opportunity. The report features the new Race for Results Index, which compares how children are progressing on key milestones across racial and ethnic groups at the national and state levels, and makes four policy recommendations to help ensure that all children and their families realize their …
This webinar focuses on Federal civil rights laws that protect children and families from discrimination in the child welfare system and examines discriminatory barriers.
This presentation focuses on Federal civil rights laws that protect children and families from discrimination in the child welfare system and examines discriminatory barriers.
This fifth session of “Dismantling Racial Inequity Through Child Welfare Systems Change” webinar series will highlight New York State’s Office of Children and Family Services collaboration with the University at Albany and propose partnerships with local colleges and universities as a promising strategy to address disparities in child welfare system.
This document summarizes an article that evaluates microaggressions and proposes possible approaches to handling situations in which microaggressions occur. The authors delve into real-life experiences that they endured from the unique perspective of three different roles: witness, perpetrator, and target.
This tool guides teams through questions designed to counteract blind spots that may be keeping leaders from truly seeing the root causes of disparities and helps leaders develop and then implement robust strategies that can close equity gap.
This tool highlights how to use a root cause analysis to dig deeply into the sources of racially inequitable outcomes, walks practitioners through best practices of doing this with community stakeholder leadership, and offers two short case studies.