Read stories of organizations, coalitions, and community leaders on the front lines of the fight for racial justice. Learn how they are using data and partnering with RACE COUNTS to reduce racial disparities in their communities.
The California Native Vote Project, in partnership with the California Consortium for Urban Indian Health, RACE COUNTS, and a team of American Indian / Alaska Native (AIAN) contributing authors developed a ground breaking report highlighting not only data on AIAN disparities but, more importantly, also stories of AIAN resilience.
When RACE COUNTS released its first report in 2017, it revealed that Marin County was the most racially disparate county in California. Since then, the people of Marin County have been working to address racial disparities in their community.
Organizations Working In California’s Communities Of Color Partner With RACE COUNTS To Address COVID-19 Disparities
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, a harmful narrative emerged that the virus was a “great equalizer,” affecting all communities equally. This narrative flew in the face of reality on the ground where communities of color were particularly impacted by the pandemic
In the heart of the multiracial community that makes up L.A., a movement took root—one driven by the passionate pursuit of justice and eradicating racial disparities in traffic stops. A group of advocates united to form PUSH LA and reshape a system marred by racial disparities.
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