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Learnings from Organizational Journeys in Centering Racial Equity, part 3: An Anthology of Paper

October 2, 2023

The following anthology of three papers is the third in a series of publications intended to lift up the journeys of nonprofit organizations across the country that are focusing on centering racial equity within their internal programming and operations. Earlier in 2023, two sets of spotlights profiled 10 diverse organizations and their internal racial equity journeys, delving into the unique approach each is taking, the challenges they are facing and the ways that each has grown and learned from their experience. Rather than telling an organization-specific story, as was the case in the spotlight series, this final publication endeavors to surface learning from a cross-section of 31 organizations.

Racial Equity and Healing

Mapping an Emerging National Health Equity Network

August 1, 2014

Since 2007, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation has invested more than $20 million to support development of health equity collaboration within and across AA and NHPI communities throughout the nation. As a result of this investment – in partnership with the Asian Pacific Islander Health Forum (APIAHF) and Social Policy Research Associates (SPR) – significant learning has already been surfaced focusing on the unique opportunities and challenges of building health equity collaboratives within the AA and NHPI population.In 2013, the Kellogg Foundation commissioned SPR to expand a social network analysis of a closed group of APIAHF-funded grantees, to a broader national network of organizations working to advance the health and well-being of AA and NHPI communities. Through this expanded focus, the hope was to shed light on how this rapidly growing racial group is currently organized to advance health equity, as well as inform opportunities for strengthening this emerging movement of leaders from around the country.

Health Equity

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