A History or Racial Injustice Calendar

"Understanding our history of racial injustice America’s history of racial inequality continues to undermine fair treatment, equal justice, and opportunity for many Americans. The Equal Justice Initiative believes we must acknowledge the truth about our history before we can heal: truth and reconciliation are sequential. As a nation, we have not yet acknowledged our history of... Continue Reading →

7 Falsehoods About Critical Race Theory in Our Schools that We Need to Address Now

"1. Falsehood: Critical Race Theory teaches White folks to hate their skin Nope, not even close AND if you are White and feel any shame or guilt about some of the facts and stories you are exposed to that happened as a result of pretty despicable decisions made by White folks, good on you, you... Continue Reading →

The Business Case for Implementing DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion)

"Businesses that establish diversity, equity and inclusion principles outperform their peers Studies show, by providing an inclusive environment for employees and managers who have diverse internal, external and organizational characteristics, companies set the stage for innovation and business growth." (read the article at NH Business Review: https://www.nhbr.com/the-business-case-for-implementing-dei-diversity-equity-and-inclusion/)

How ‘Good White People’ Derail Racial Progress

In this Sept. 26, 2019 photo, protesters stand outside Howard County government building in Ellicott City, Md. The group is opposed to a school redistricting plan that will force some students to be relocated to other schools. (Regina Garcia Cano/AP) Confront and acknowledge "How 'Good White People' Derail Racial Progress," particularly with regard to integrating... Continue Reading →

Ideas to Consider for Further Action

Connect with a group: your local chapters of BLM and NAACP, for example. Or, focus on an issue with racial equity dimensions, such as public education, criminal justice, or housing. Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) is a multi-racial movement “to undermine white support for white supremacy and to help build a racially-just society.” In NH, the Concord... Continue Reading →

Action Planning

Levels of Action  We invite you to think about how you can take action at each of these levels: Personal leadership and action in your circle of influence Action at the team/organizational levelAction by your organization within larger systems and its community This Learning Challenge has emphasized the workplace as a place to focus, however each... Continue Reading →

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