View this email in your browser

New RET Resources - February 2020

Make a Donation to Support RET

Hello Racial Equity Tools Community, 

We're pleased to share a great list of new resources for February, 2020. As always, we hope that they are of use to you in your work.

And thank you to everyone who has donated so far to support RET's movement to a new platform! We're still pretty far from our goal, however - your donations will preserve all the content of the current site, while refreshing the user interface for a better user experience. Donate today to help us make RET the best it can be!

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

Submit a Resource
Contact Us

Please note that the next RET newsletter will be in April 2020.



Center for Intersectional Justice

The Harriet Tubman Collective

Black History Month: What Is Intersectionality?
Beloved Community 

Legacies of British Slave Ownership
University College London

American Panorama: An Atlas of United States History
University of Richmond

2019 Inclusiveness Index: Measuring Global Inclusion and Marginality 
Othering and Belonging Institute 

More Black than Blue: Politics and Power in the 2019 Black Census
Black Futures Lab


An Annotated Bibliography on Structural Racism Present in the U.S. Food System
Michigan State University, Center for Regional Food Systems

The Legend of A-N-N-A: Revisiting an American Town Where Black People Weren’t Welcome After Dark
Logan Jaffe, ProPublica Illinois


The Alliance to Reclaim our Schools

Five-star reviews, one-star profits: The devaluation of businesses in Black communities
Andre M. Perry, Jonathan Rothwell, and David Harshbarger, Brookings Institute

How To Talk To Your Kids About Race And Justice
On Point and EmbraceRace

Climate Refugees: The Climate Crisis and Rights Denied
Othering and Belonging Institute

Video: Housing Segregation In Everything
Maria Paz Gutierrez, Gene Demby, and Kara Frame, NPR

Mapping Segregation in Washington DC 
Mara Cherkasky, Sarah Jane Shoenfeld,  and Brian Kraft

Racial Justice Voter Pledge

Grantmaking with a Racial Justice Lens: A Practical Guide
Rinku Sen and Lori Villarosa, Philanthropic Inititiative for Racial Equity

Black Space Manifesto

Community Accountability Council
Solid Ground

Calling Cards: Revolution means building towards a national movement of uncompromising politics
Tongo Eisen-Martin, Black Youth Project

Community Needs Assessment
Solid Ground 

Why Somatics for Social Justice and a Transformative Movement?

Generative Somatics 

Using Human Rights Assessments in Local Governance: A Toolkit for State and Local Human Rights and Human Relations Commission

Columbia Law School Human Rights Institute

Equity Audit 
Beloved Community 

Oakland Race and Equity Baseline Indicators Report
Veronica Cummings

Consensus Decision Making
Seeds for Change


It’s Time to Let Classical Music Die
Nebal Maysaud, New Music USA

Arts and Equity Toolkit
Neighbourhood Arts Network, Toronto Arts Foundation

Shining the Light on California Calls and Inner-city Struggle: Values-Based Networks Accelerate Transformative Political Change
Change Elemental

What is “Conflict Literacy?”
Conflict Transformation Fund

Moving Toward Conflict for the Sake of Good Strategy
Yotam Marom, Medium

Commitment to Racial Equity
Funders Together Homelessness Ends Here

Reimagining Compensation Decisions Through an Equity Panel
Jasmine Hall, CompassPoint

Advancing Frontline Employees of Color Innovating for Competitive Advantage in America’s Frontline Workforce
FSG and PolicyLink

Equity Values in Action: Learnings from a Lab
Change Elemental 

Operationalizing Racial Justice
Maggie Potapchuk, MP Associates

White Supremacy Culture in Organizations
Dismantling Racism Works adapted by The Centre for Community Organizations

A Not-So-Brief Personal History of the Healing Justice Movement, 2010–2016
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, M,I,C,E.

We Charge Genocide Again!
Tongo Eisen-Martin

The Iambrown Consensus Process Flow Chart
Autumn Brown,

Building a Strategic Thinking Organization
Elsa A. Rios, Strategies for Social Change


Why Am I Always Being Researched?
Chicago Beyond 

Submit Resources

We encourage your organization to submit a resource on this site. Racial Equity Tools fosters a community of people and organizations interested in sharing ideas, tools, research tips and curricula to build a thriving racial justice network. Please visit the Submit a Resource page and attach your document or URL to share your resource with the community.
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. 

Our mailing address is:
Racial Equity Tools Website
704 Brookwood Rd,
Baltimore, MD 21229

unsubscribe from this list   

This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
MP Associates · 704 Brookwood Rd, Baltimore, MD · Baltimore, MD 21229 · USA