Race to Equity is aware of the conversations that have taken place over the last three weeks regarding our report on racial disparities in Dane County and in response to a statement that was made at the Board of Estimates meeting by the Mayor two weeks ago. Subsequently, Race to Equity participated in a meeting […]
Do you support the work of the Race to Equity Project? Are you interested in contributing to this work? Do you know how to code? Are you familiar with API, and scrapping data from public sources? If you can answer yes to each of these questions, Race to Equity is looking for you!
Race to Equity invites our supporters to follow Madison365, a new media outlet created to serve Madison’s communities of color. Below is a description taken from their Facebook page: “Madison365 is a nonprofit new media enterprise intended to keep Greater Madison’s communities of color informed, and to report news from their perspective. We will ensure […]
Check out our new toolkit for conversation, released in conjunction with YWCA Madison at the 2014 Racial Justice Summit. The toolkit offers facilitation assistance to school, faith, and community groups interested in discussing Race to Equity data and/or narrowing racial disparities in their organizations. We’re very excited to share this toolkit with the community! You […]
Dear Friends, Welcome to the first edition of the Race to Equity e-newsletter, which is designed to keep our friends informed, connected, and engaged about current events and upcoming opportunities. Thank You!
Summit to examine local racial disparities Profound and persistent racial disparities in health, education, child welfare, criminal justice, employment, and income are common across the United States and in Wisconsin.
Trayvon Martin’s Story Resonates with Young, Black Men in Madison The country is buzzing with talk about racial profiling since the acquittal Saturday of George Zimmerman in the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida.