Reparative climate policy is needed that minimizes the impacts of climate change in ways that recognize how they are connected to a history of unjust & racially discriminatory policies.
By Hannah Stephens, Manann Donoghoe, and Andre M. Perry, Brookings
The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies and NORC at the University of Chicago conducted a nationwide survey to identify and assess attitudes towards racial equity and policymaking.
By LaShonda Brenson, Ph.D. and Kimberly Victor, Joint Center
Check out the recent article by Word in Black, “To Improve Our Health, Change Our Story,” which features Dr. Gail C. Christopher and her work to change the narrative surrounding race in America to improve the health outcomes of Black people.
By Joseph Williams
Check out the recent article by Washington Informer that features NCHE’s Poll “Heart of America Annual Survey: A Call for Unity and the Power of Racial Healing!”
By WI Web Staff, Washington Informer
The Tulsa Massacre of 1921 is an undeniable reminder of the persistent racism and systemic oppression that has existed for far too long. It’s time to pay attention, recognize the need for reparations, and ensure justice is served.
By Wesley Lowery, The Washington Post
“Hispanic Heritage Month remains relevant, valuable, and important. By raising awareness about Latino achievements, it promotes greater understanding among all Americans. And that is certainly worthy of celebration.”
By Raul A. Reyes, The Messenger
This is more evidence of the value of the organizing work of the people on the Southeast Side and NCHE’s CHE Cook County/ HMPRG solidarity work at their side!
Undeniably, discrimination, structural inequality, and biases in institutions are the root causes of the vast racial wealth gap in the United States.
By Ricardo Mimbela & Katie Duarte,
50 years ago, city officials in Syracuse ignored the outcry of the Black community in the 15th Ward and moved forward with their plan to construct the I-81 viaduct. Since then, the ward has faced inadequate housing, higher crime, and poverty at disproportionate levels.
By Jay A. Fernandez, ACLU