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June 2018

White Fragility

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Robin Diangelo’s book, White Fragility, explores why it is so hard for white people to talk about racism.
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May 2018

An Unjust Burden: The Disparate Treatment of Black Americans in the Criminal Justice System

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This document provides an overview of the ways in which America’s history of racism and oppression continues to manifest in the criminal justice system. It also provides a summary of research demonstrating how the system perpetuates the disparate treatment of Black people and explains how the evidence helps account for the hugely disproportionate impact of mass incarceration on millions of Black people, their families, and their communities.
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March 2018

State of Black Women in the U.S. and Key States, 2018: Time for a Power Shift

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Black Women in the United States & Key States, 2018, is the 5th in the series of annual reports produced by the Black Women’s Roundtable meant to assess the challenges, triumphs, and overall contemporary condition of Black women in the nation. The 2018 report takes an in-depth look at the issue of power and where Black women fall within the overarching power-dynamic.
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March 2018

Showing Up: How We See, Speak, and Disrupt Racial Inequity Facing Survivors

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This report shares themes and issues from the Racial & Economic Equity for Survivors Project's 2017 listening sessions in order to aid in self-reflection, challenge dominant narratives, support improved data collection and analysis, and to begin, continue, or advance conversations and work toward racial equity for domestic and sexual violence survivors.
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March 2018

Supporting Partnerships for Anti-Racist Communities (SPARC) Phase One Study Findings

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In September 2016, the Center for Social Innovation launched SPARC (Supporting Partnerships for AntiRacist Communities) to understand and respond to racial inequities in homelessness. Through a mixed-methods (quantitative and qualitative) study, the SPARC team documented high rates of homelessness among people of color and began to map their pathways into and barriers to exit from homelessness. This report presents key findings from this study.
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January 2018

Day-to-Day Experiences of Emotional Tax Among Women and Men of Color in the Workplace

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For Asian, Black, Latinx, and multiracial employees, decades of research tells us that exclusion, discrimination, and bias can be daily experiences. This report examines the Emotional Tax levied on employees of color and actions that organizations can take to address and reduce the consequences and ensure that employees of color can thrive, advance, and contribute their best talents.
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May 2017

Supporting Victims and Survivors of Faith: African-American Victims and Survivors

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This webinar, presented by Reverend Traci Jackson Antoine and Dr. La Donna Combs, specifically addresses how domestic violence advocates can better support African American victims who are faithful.
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October 2016

WEBINAR: Girls for Gender Equity: Centering Girls of Color within the Racial and Gender Justice Movement of the 21st Century

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In this webinar, presenters shared their radical and visionary approaches to promoting racial and gender justice and the critical importance it has to addressing and preventing domestic and sexual violence.
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October 2016

The Urgency of Intersectionality

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In this TED Talk, Kimberlé Crenshaw defines intersectionality and describes how race and gender-based violence impacts the lives of black women. She emphasizes importance of doing social justice work through an intersectional lens and uplifting the narratives of black women.
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September 2016

13TH

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Combining archival footage with testimony from activists and scholars, this film offers an examination of the U.S. prison system, looking at how the country’s history of racial inequality drives the high rate of incarceration in the United States. 
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September 2016

The Intersection of Policing and Race

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This piece from the Center for American Progress discusses the history of the intersection between race and policing in the United States and offers policy recommendations to improve the relationship between communities of color and law enforcement.
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July 2016

Giving Birth Behind Bars: A Guide for Achieving Reproductive Justice for Incarcerated Women

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This resource is a collection of materials developed by and for communities most affected by the expansion of the prison industrial complex and confronting reproductive oppression within the confines of the walls of these institutions.