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ERIC Number: ED563812
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2015
Pages: 16
Abstractor: ERIC
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It's Time to Talk: How to Start Conversations about Racial Inequities. A Race for Results Case Study
Annie E. Casey Foundation
Several organizations in the 53-member KIDS COUNT network and many other Casey grantees and partners have taken on the challenge of making race equity a priority of their work, providing lessons for other organizations as they begin this process. This first case study focuses on the importance of organizing community conversations about race as a first step toward action and draws primarily from the experiences of the KIDS COUNT grantees in Nebraska, Wisconsin and Washington as they work to move their communities forward. The Foundation hopes that this document can help leaders across the country convene conversations that enable stakeholders to adopt a race-equity approach to their work that will ultimately focus attention on solutions that create brighter futures for all kids. By proactively improving the life prospects of children of color today the Foundation believes that the country can replace the Baltimore and Ferguson stories with ones of healthy and thriving communities powered by the energy of the next generation.
Annie E. Casey Foundation. 701 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21202. Tel: 410-547-6600; Fax: 410-547-6624; Web site:
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Annie E. Casey Foundation
Identifiers - Location: Nebraska; Washington; Wisconsin