Healing-Informed Governing For Racial Equity In Salinas
The Racial Equity Toolkit lays out a process and a set of questions to guide the development, implementation and evaluation of policies, initiatives, programs, and budget issues to address the impacts on racial equity. Read more here.
This Racial Equity Resource Guide is designed to cater to you. Learn how you can create a fully personalized or customized set of resources that fit you or your organization’s needs.
Power Point slides from the July 23, 2013 webinar hosted by Dallas Faces Race and presented by Race Forward (formerly the Applied Resource Center). Webinar content overview: Understanding Racism Systematically, Challenging Racism Systematically, Developing Solutions Systematically and Key Resources and Links.
A Racial Equity Impact Assessment (REIA) is a systematic examination of how different racial and ethnic groups will likely be affected by a proposed action or decision. REIAs are used to minimize unanticipated adverse consequences in a variety of contexts, including the analysis of proposed policies, institutional practices, programs, plans and budgetary decisions. The REIA can be a vital tool for preventing institutional racism and for identifying new options to remedy long-standing inequities. Five examples of REIA uses are also included. The REIA and Guide were developed in 2009 by Terry Keleher of Race Forward.
▪ Dallas Polling Data Messaging and Infographics
The data collected in the October 2014 poll commissioned by the Embrey Family Foundation and conducted by Lake Research contains information that could support the racial justice work of DFR Partners. DFR used the polling data to create messages and infographics which Partners can use to educate their staff, board and constituents about perceptions of race in Dallas.
Dallas Faces Race strongly encourages Partner collaboration. Some of the strongest racial equity impacts result from collaboration. The DFR Partner Database makes it easier for Partners to reach out to each other and collaborate through our forum.
The DFR You Tube channel has over 16 videos, including a series called “Memories That Changed Us”, remarks from DFR trainings and Partner convenings, comments from Dallas leaders on racial justice, and remarks about Dallas from Race Forward executive director Rinku Sen.
▪ Dallas Faces Race Website and Social Media Channels
DFR News in the form of monthly emails, media coverage of DFR, Partners and racial justice issues are compiled on our website and updated regularly for you to read and share.
Social media is a powerful tool in racial justice work. Like and share DFR and Partner content.
Colorlines is a daily news site where race matters, featuring award-winning investigative reporting and news analysis. Colorlines is published by Race Forward, a national organization that advances racial justice through research, media and practice.