equity

How Equity Can Build Better Organizations
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How Equity Can Build Better Organizations

We know that the responsibility of advancing DEI doesn’t just lie with individuals who hold positional power—it requires all of us.

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The Value of Building Community Power Through Research
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The Value of Building Community Power Through Research

Participatory Action Research can help build the collective power needed to create more liberatory futures of social justice and equity.

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Year in Review: Building an Equitable Healthcare System
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Year in Review: Building an Equitable Healthcare System

The healthcare system is not devoid of disparities despite being integral to our lives. An overhaul, not reform, will be necessary to ensure that care is accessible for all.

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Identifying Your Role in the Movement
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Identifying Your Role in the Movement

There are many domestic and global issues calling for our attention, and it might be hard to know where to start. But when we can identify how we can help, the path towards change might become easier.

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Allyship is the word of the year. But does that reflect our collective commitment to action?

Allyship is the word of the year. But does that reflect our collective commitment to action?

Allyship is word of the year. As our country grapples with racial and social inequity, we reflect on whether we lived up to its definition.

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Equity, Not Equality, Is Needed In The Fight For Social Change
A two-panel illustration breaks down the difference between equity and equality with imagery of three people of varying heights behind a fence at a baseball game. On the left, equality is shown as everyone standing on a crate, but the shortest person cannot see the game, and the middle-height person can just see over the fence. On the right, equity is shown as the shortest individual standing on two boxes, the middle-height person on one, and the tallest without. Everyone can see at the same level.

Equity, Not Equality, Is Needed In The Fight For Social Change

“Equity v. Equality” illustration breaks down the difference between the two terms and how the distinction impacts the necessary work for social change.

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