The vision of a truly inclusive democracy and racially just society is what drives much of our work. Yet racism in our communities and government remains a defining feature of our democracy, not a fixture of our history. From tip lines for parents to report the teaching of critical race theory in Virginia schools to the preservation of the filibuster to impede voting rights, we must remain resolute and clear in our commitment to tell an affirmative story about racial justice in the United States.
As we engage in national conversations around critical race theory, voting rights, and criminal justice proceedings, particularly with the backdrop of Black History Month, remember to lead with the values of Equality, Community, and Voice.
- Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: We Must Continue the Push for Voting Rights (The Opportunity Agenda)
- Ten Lessons for Talking About Race, Racism and Racial Justice (The Opportunity Agenda)
- Talking About the Attacks on Critical Race Theory (The Opportunity Agenda)
- Through the Looking Glass: 2022 Narrative Predictions (ReFrame)
- The Justice Navigator (Center for Policing Equity)
- Beyond Policing (The Opportunity Agenda)