Applied Research Center: Racial Justice through media, research and activism. Center for Social Inclusion works to build a fair and just society by dismantling structural racism. We partner with communities of color and other allies to create strategies and build policy reform models to end racial disparity and promote equal opportunity. With our partners we conduct applied research, translate it, teach our communities, inform the public, convene stakeholders, nurture multiracial alliances and support advocacy strategies. Colorlines: The National Newsmagazine on Race and Politics. Poverty and Race is the publication of the Poverty and Race Research Action Council, a civil rights policy organization convened by major civil rights and anti-poverty groups in 1988-89. PRRAC's primary mission is to help connect social scientists with advocates working on race and poverty issues, and to promote a research-based advocacy strategy on issues of structural racial inequality. Racial Equity: Funders for LGBTQ Issues' Racial Equity Campaign is a multi-year initiative to create healthy grantmaking institutions that embody fairness and inclusiveness and support the leadership of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) people of color and their organizations. Where has all the interpersonal racial conflict gone? We have come to a curious time when we talk about race but not really talk about it. From calling people names to racial profiling, our world is full of interpersonal racial conflict yet it doesn’t reach a national awareness much less consensus on how to solve the problems we face. Walter Davis, Executive Director of National Organizing Alliance has years of experience working on social justice issues and dealing with interpersonal racial conflict. Jan 11, 2010 on the Richard Brown radio program.
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