- An Educators Guide to This Moment
- Framework for educators to talk about race and racism
- The Ladder of Inference
- The Ladder of Inference is a model for understanding how people create meaning and sometimes jump to incorrect conclusions about what others have said or done. It helps us understand where our thoughts and actions come from and how to interrupt moments of oppression.
- 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge
- 21 day guided challenge on practices that we should implement into our daily lives
- Accomplice Resources
- Website with actor, ally, accomplice framework and action steps achieving greater racial equity
- Anti-Racism Project
- New York based organization offering trainings and professional development
- Bad Robot's Guide to Dismantling White Supremacy at Work
- Resource bank with tools, social media accounts and other exercises
- Kirwan Institute of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University
- The Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity is an interdisciplinary engaged research institute at The Ohio State University. Building the capacity of allied social justice organizations, and investing in efforts that support equity and inclusion.
- Racial Equity Tools
- Website dedicated to compiling tools and resources related to anti-racism
- ReThinking Racism For Racial & Social Justice
- Workshop examining the imposition of individual, institutional & cultural ideology that leads to systemic racism and provides a basis for taking action
- Rose, Bud, Thorn Exercise
- Framework for thinking about an incident, day, institution for what is working and what is not
- Othering and Belonging Institute
- The Othering and Belonging Institute at UC Berkeley advances groundbreaking approaches to transforming structural marginalization and inequality.
- White Dominant Culture and Something Different
- Worksheet designed for workplaces to examine white supremacy culture in the workplace
- Board and Staff Matrix
- Under the Race and Health Equity Board Committee, the Public Health Institute of Western MA developed a matrix to monitor and ensure that our staff and board are reflective of the region and include populations that experience health inequities.
- Continuum on Becoming an Anti-Racist Multicultural Organization
- 1-page summary adapted from the original concept by Bailey Jackson and Rita Hardiman.
- Health Equity Standard of Practice Checklist
- This checklist is a living document that we use to be explicit about the practices we engage in to support equity in our work. PHIWM uses this checklist for all new research & evaluation projects.
- Levers to Move Organizations Through the Race Equity Cycle
- Massachusetts Municipal DEI Coalition
- Many municipal governments have created or strengthened diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts. After the murder of George Floyd, a period of social unrest caused organizations across numerous sectors—local government included—to examine how they could take a stand against racial injustice. This guide is a collection of lessons gathered by municipal DEI practitioners throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
- Preferred Terms for Select Population Groups & Communities
- CDC resource that provides some preferred terms for select population groups; these terms attempt to represent an ongoing shift toward non-stigmatizing language.
- Race and Health Equity Glossary
- The Glossary developed by regional thinkers committed to advancing regional equity is offered as a tool for moving conversations, initiatives, organizations, projects, programs, plans, and other types of efforts forward with an equity lens.
- Six Phases of Racial Equity Practice
- Implicit Bias: This training will educate both the individual and the organization about Implicit Bias as it relates to race. There is a clear emphasis of how not recognizing theses biases supports Racial and Ethnic Disparities (RED) in both the individual and organizational structure. This training aids in the removal of shame and the reduction of white fragility when discussing race, and allows for a more expansive diagnosis when dealing with racism at the organization level. The implicit Bias approach uses the Person, Role and System Model, and introduces the participants to the Accountability Map. This training shows the participants that implicit bias is both predictive and preventative. This training concludes by aiding individuals and organizations with key strategies to engage when dealing with its own biases. Facilitated by African Diaspora Mental Health Association
Putting Resources into Practice: A Race and Health Equity Blog
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