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This list of resources supports child welfare staff and leaders as they confront implicit bias, implement system changes, and work to achieve racial equity within their organizations and across systems. The nine categories contain tools, guides, assessments, and curricula which are used to increase understanding, facilitate dialogue, deliver training, analyze current policies, and implement sustainable strategies. If there are any resources we can help you find or you have resources to add to this collection, please contact Eden Abraham at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Institutional Analysis


Dismantling Racial Inequity #1: Using an Institutional Analysis to Identify Core Issues and Spur Change
This webinar is the first session of "Dismantling Racial Inequity Through Child Welfare Systems Change" webinar series and shares key components of the Institutional Analysis methodology and how the change framework assists to organize strategies that make a difference in the lives of families and children. (2017)

Race Equity and Inclusion Action Guide: 7 Steps to Advance and Embed Race Equity and Inclusion within Your Organization
This guide provides a clear framework to incorporate race equity and inclusion at every stage of work by foundations or other organizations that work directly with systems, technical assistance providers and communities. (2015)

Fresno County Department of Social Services: Confronting Racial Inequities and Disproportionality to Improve Child Welfare Outcomes for Children & Families
This case study details Fresno County’s efforts to address racial inequities and improve outcomes for all children and youth involved in the county's child welfare system. (2015)

The Institutional Analysis: Uncovering Pathways to Improving Public Systems & Interventions for Children and Families
This paper describes an approach, known as an Institutional Analysis (IA), is to identify organizational structures such as policies, administrative requirements and job descriptions that may contribute to or produce the poor outcomes. (2015)