Equity in the Center

 

Equity in the Center works to shift mindsets, practices, and systems within the social sector to increase racial equity. We envision a future where nonprofit and philanthropic organizations define, implement and advance race equity internally while advocating and centering it in their work externally.

 

2018 Equity in the Center Summit

Register today for the 2018 #EiCSummit! Our team is excited about the thought provoking plenaries and workshops being developed for the October convening. In addition to exploring research from Equity in the Center’s (EiC) Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture publication, 2018 Summit themes will include decolonizing the social sector, addressing race equity in an intersectional context, and the role of foundations in driving race equity funding strategies. For further details, on Summit logistics check out our Summit Page.

 

EiC 2018 Summer Registration Brochure >>


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Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture Publication

This publication is the culmination of the Equity in the Center’s research, which illustrates in detail how organizations can move through the Race Equity Cycle by activating specific organizational levers. Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture provides insights, tactics, and practices social sector organizations can and have used to measurably shift organizational culture, operationalize equity, and move from a dominant organizational culture to a Race Equity Culture.  


Kay and Ericka went Live!

Check out Kay and Ericka's launch of Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture publication!  


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Established in 2015, Equity in the Center has a built a coalition of individuals and organizations within the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors who champion race equity work. Find out more about our mission, goals, and core team.

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