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New RET Resources - January 2018

Please check out our new resources for January 2018

As always, we appreciate all the feedback and resource sharing we receive from our RET community. Thank you for your ongoing participation in this site.

Note - We will be moving our RET newsletters from monthly to every other month. We will continue to collect and share resources of value to our community, on a less frequent basis. Thank you for your understanding!


Seeing White Podcast
Scene on Radio, Duke University, Center for Documentary Studies

The Subtle Linguistics of Polite White Supremacy 
Yawn Brown,

How to do Intersectionality
Rinku Sen,

Structural Racism Timeline
ERASE Racism 

Why Racial Justice Work Needs to Address Settler Colonialism and Native Rights
Rachel Kuo, Everyday Feminism

Our Racist Past
Bill Moyers

2017 Police Violence Report 
Campaign Zero 



Freedom to Thrive: Reimagining Safety and Security in our Communities
The Center for Popular Democracy, Law for Black Lives and Black Youth Project 100

Reclaiming the Promise of Racial Equity in Education, Economics, and Our Criminal Justice System
American Federation of Teachers Racial Equity Task Force

Be Her Resource: A Toolkit about School Resource Officers and Girls of Color
Center on Poverty and Inequality - Georgetown Law and National Black Women's Justice Initiative

Documenting Hate

What about Housing? A Policy Toolkit for Inclusive Growth 
Grounded Solutions Network 

A Dangerous Distortion of our Families: Representations of Families, By Race, in News and Opinion Media
Dr. Travis L. Dixon, Color of Change

Strengthening and Expanding Movement Journalism
in the U.S. South

Project South

National African American Reparations Commission

Racial Equity Impact Assessment Pocket Guide
Voices for Racial Justice

Metathemes: Designing for Equitable Social Change
Design Impact

From Silos to Solidarity: Learning from 2017’s Resistance Movements
Deep Iyer,

The Competitive Advantage of Racial Equity
FSG and PolicyLink

The State of Racial Disparities in Charleston County, South Carolina, 2000-2015
College of Charleston Race and Social Justice Initiative

A Tale of Three Cities: The State of Racial Justice in Chicago Report
Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy


Racial Identity Caucuses

Race Caucusing in an Organizational Context: A POC's Experience
Kad Smith, CompassPoint

Anti-Oppression Principles
Center for Story-Based Strategies

On Land, Race, Power, and Privilege: An Organizational Statement of Values
Center for Whole Communities

Studying Repression and Resistance with A Troublemakers’ Guide: Principles for Racial Justice Activists in the Face of State Repression
Catalyst Project

Narrative Stress Test: A Collaborative Checklist for Social Justice Groups and Alliances Using Narrative Strategies for Change
The Center for Media Justice et. al

Implicit Bias Resources
National Implicit Bias Network 

Race to the Bottom: How the Post-Racial Revolution became a Whitewash
Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, The Baffler


Submit Resources

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Shakti Butler, World Trust Educational Services
Sally Leiderman and Stephanie Leiderman, Center for Assessment and Policy Development
Maggie Potapchuk, MP Associates

Thank you for your interest in Racial Equity Tools. We look forward to growing a community and expanding the clearinghouse of shared resources for all those interested in racial justice. 

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