These toolkits are designed to help you put the mindset of this section into action. With these tools, we can work toward a fair and equal society where each individual matters, their rights are recognized and protected and decisions are made that are fair and honest.
A New Way Forward: Bringing an Equity Lens to the Work of Reducing the Influence of Money in our Democracy
Review the impact made toward power building for communities and leaders of color, young people, LGBTQ+ populations, and women, while reducing the power and influence of special interests on our political and judicial systems for the long term.
Racial Equity Toolkit
Receive guidance in the development, implementation, and evaluation of policies, initiatives, and programs to address racial inequity.
Strategies and Activities for Reducing Racial Prejudice and Racism
Be more productive in working together to build healthy communities and reduce racial prejudice and racism.
Privilege Walk Lesson Plan
Conduct the Privilege Walk activity to highlight the complicated intersections of privileges and marginalization within a group.
Privilege Bead Exercise
Conduct the Privilege Bead activity to explore how different social identity groups experience privilege.
Resources for Discussing & Disrupting Racism
Discover resources on dealing with racism for various audiences.
National Equity Project
Connect to various resources that explore the National Equity Project’s approach to achieving educational equity.
Dismantling Racism: A Resource Book for Social Change Groups
Dive into this compilation of resources designed to dismantle racism.
Connect to additional resources and tools, including articles and toolkits.
Develop a Democracy School within your organization.
Leadership, Organizing, and Action: Latino Leadership Initiative Workshop Guide
Discover the practice of leadership as enabling others to achieve purpose under conditions of uncertainty.
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