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New RET Resources - September 2019

Hello RET Community, 

We're pleased to share a great list of new resources for September, 2019.

As always, we hope that they are of use to you in your work.

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

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Please note that the next RET newsletter will be in December 2019.


Internalized Racism Inventory
Cultural Bridges to Justice

The Great Land Robbery
Vann R. Newkirk II, The Atlantic

A Different Asian American Timeline

The 1619 Project
The New York Times

Inside the Numbers: How Immigration Shapes Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities
Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Environmental Justice Atlas
Leah Temper, Daniela del Bene and Joan Martinez-Alier

Six Maps That Reveal America’s Expanding Racial Diversity
William H. Frey, Brookings Institute  


We Are Educators for Justice
Abigail Smith and Justin Cohen

Environmental Justice: Moving Equity from Margins to Mainstream
Deeohn Ferris, NonProfit Quarterly

Sunrise Movement

Race and Policy: 50 Years after the Fair Housing Act
Penn Institute for Urban Research

The Ethical Argument for Foundations to Increase Their Annual Payout Rate Beyond 5% 
Vu Le, NonProfit AF

The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Toolkit for Consultants to Grantmakers
National Network of Consultants to Grantmakers

Black Land and Liberation Initiative

Reparations Now Toolkit

Southeastern Alliance for Reproductive Equity

Contemplative Practices for Anti-Oppression Pedagogy
Beth Berila

Reckoning, Repair, and Change: How Business Leaders Can More Effectively Advance Racial Equity and Competitive Advantage

Organizational Race Equity Toolkit
JustLead Washington

Transforming Culture — An Examination of Workplace Values Through the Frame of White Dominant Culture
Merf Elfman, Columbia Legal Services

Avoiding Racial Equity Detours
Paul Gorski, EdChange

Accountability in a Time of Justice
Vivette Jeffries-Logan, Michelle Johnson, Tema Okun

Partnership & Accountability Circle Terms of Reference
City of Toronto 

Voice under Domination
Cyndi Suarez, NonProfit Quarterly

Measuring Love in the Journey for Justice: A Brown Paper
Shiree Teng & Sammy Nuñez

Racial Equity Tool Worksheet 1
Local and Regional Government Alliance on Race and Equity and Center for Social Inclusion

Organizing Transformation: Best practices in the Transforming Organizing Model
Steve Williams, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung

Intergenerational Equity: A Framework
Everyday Democracy

City of Austin Equity Assessment Tool
City of Austin

Racial Equity Toolkit: Applying a Racial Equity Lens to your Organization
Housing Development Toolkit

Racial and Social Equity Assessment Tool for Farm to School Programs and Policy
National Farm to School Network

Our Equitable Future: A Roadmap for the Chicago Region
Metropolitan Planning Council

Equity Implementation Update
City of Dallas

The Toronto Action Plan to Confront Anti-Black Racism
City of Toronto 

Why Racial Equity?
Meyer Foundation

Network Weaver Learning Lab: Feasibility Study
Network Weaver and CompassPoint


Until We Are All Free

Until we are Free: Racial Justice Art and Story Sessions
CultureStrike, Mobilize the Immigrant Vote, and Black Alliance for Just Immigration

Multi-Generational Movement Spaces: Key Steps & Basic Concepts to Keep in Mind

21 International Peacebuilding Organizations, & Growing

Engaging in Difference Using Restorative Practices
Linda Kligman, Penumbra

Equity in Hiring and Employee Development
City of Madison Human Resources

Our Approach to Race Equity Work and Why We Focus on Black and Latinx People

Advancing Racial Equity in Public Libraries: Case Studies from the Field
Local and Regional Government Alliance on Race and Equity

Can One Committee Change an Organization?
Resource Media

A Vision for Belonging
Maro Guevara, CompassPoint

We Can’t Work Toward Racial Justice and Equity Without Working on Relationships
Kad Smith, CompassPoint

The Bias of ‘Professionalism’ Standards
Aysa Gray, Stanford Social Innovation Review

Contracting for Equity
Local and Regional Government Alliance on Race and Equity

Connecting the Dots: Border Militarism, US Domestic and Foreign Policy, and the Myriad Connections of Racial Capitalism Webinars

Truth and Healing Movement Toolkit
Native Americans in Philanthropy

Surviving Oppression; Healing Oppression
Vanissar Tarakali's Blog

The 1619 Project Curriculum
Pulitizer Center

Content Creators, Here’s an Equity Screen to Use as You Work on Your Next Blog Post, Book, Podcast, Or Video 
Vu Le, NonProfit AF

Creating an Ecosystem for Narrative Power
Jen Soriano, Joseph Phelan, Kimberly Freeman Brown, Hermelinda Cortés, Jung Hee Choi

Writing Letters to the Editor
Community Tool Box

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