This in-depth report highlights the strengths and challenges experienced by American Indians and Alaska Natives (AIAN) across California.
Public data shows that LAPD stops and arrests are racially and economically biased, costly for communities, and an inefficient means of advancing traffic safety.
The COVID-19 crisis shows that one of the deadliest underlying conditions in America is systemic racism.
Proposition 15 and ending the politics of scarcity.
South San Francisco 2040 General Plan Update
This generation. Next-generation. Organized as one.
Native Education Reform
Reducing health care access disparities
Advancing efforts to promote alternatives to incarceration and to end racial profiling.
Promoting significant investment in disadvantaged neighborhoods and schools across the Valley and to shape land use policy to build healthy communities.
Housing NOW! is a broad and diverse movement of Californians building power to make housing affordable and combat the displacement crisis.
Realizing the promise of diversion and re-entry through a justice reinvestment strategy for Los Angeles.
Giving 50,000 Californians a fresh start with greater access to employment and services that will help them be productive members of the community.
South L.A. residents have mounted a campaign to ensure that communities and schools with the highest needs are served equitably.
The Housing Rights Campaign is focused on fighting gentrification.
Get a first look at new data on racial disparity for over 100 cities. Check out new data comparison and exporting features.
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