Racial Equity

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Viewing Guide: Expanding the Table for Racial Equity: Building a Regional Movement for Racial Equity

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07/2018

The final session of 2018's Putting Racism on the Table: Expanding the Table for Racial Equity features Dr. Manuel Pastor, Professor, Sociology and American Studies & Ethnicity, University of Southern California. In the Greater Washington region -- like many other metropolitan regions -- a conversation about racism and racial equity must cross geographic jurisdictions and racial and ethnic lines. Dr.

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Discussion Guide: Expanding the Table for Racial Equity - Building a Regional Movement

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07/2018

The final session of 2018's Putting Racism on the Table: Expanding the Table for Racial Equity features Dr. Manuel Pastor, Professor, Sociology and American Studies & Ethnicity, University of Southern California. In the Greater Washington region -- like many other metropolitan regions -- a conversation about racism and racial equity must cross geographic jurisdictions and racial and ethnic lines. Dr.

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Video: Expanding the Table for Racial Equity Session 6 - Building a Regional Movement

Publication date: 
07/2018

The final session of 2018's Putting Racism on the Table: Expanding the Table for Racial Equity features Dr. Manuel Pastor, Professor, Sociology and American Studies & Ethnicity, University of Southern California. In the Greater Washington region -- like many other metropolitan regions -- a conversation about racism and racial equity must cross geographic jurisdictions and racial and ethnic lines. Dr.

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Viewing Guide: Expanding the Table for Racial Equity: The Role of Government in Advancing Racial Equity

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06/2018

The fifth session of Putting Racism on the Table: Expanding the Table for Racial Equity features Julie Nelson (Race Forward and the Government Alliance on Race and Equity) and Karla Bruce (Fairfax County Government). Across the country, state and local governments are beginning to take the lead on addressing racial inequity. What are examples of how this has happened? What is the role of community leaders in shaping these conversations? Where are we seeing success?

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