Equity Summit 2015, Los Angeles, October 27-29. Join Us!
Panelists will discuss how this movement has changed the conversation on racial justice and what will be required to translate its mission and momentum into political and social change on the ground.
Advocates from Ferguson to New Orleans, Minneapolis to New York, and all points in between, will be part of interactive panels, tours, and in-depth, skills-building sessions that showcase how equity-focused leaders are impacting policy and practice.
Be part of a group of local leaders connected by issue area, geography, an approach to the work, or another bonding characteristic; and enhance the opportunities to forge relationships, build networks, and strategize for collective action.
Join urban latin dance theater company CONTRA-TIEMPO for a performance around the themes of inclusion, justice, and prosperity, set against the backdrop of one of the country's largest monuments dedicated to inter-racial harmony.
Understanding the state of equity in cities is critical. The National Equity Atlas has been expanded to include detailed data disaggregated by race, nativity, and income for the largest 100 cities. The National Equity Atlas is a first-of-its-kind data and policy tool that provides indicators of demographic change, racial and economic inclusion, and the economic benefits of equity for all 50 states, the 150 largest regions, and nationwide.
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Delivering the promise of equity requires attention to people and places, which are integrally connected. PolicyLink focus areas underscore this commitment to people and place, recognizing that a full range of opportunities are essential for all to succeed, thrive, and prosper.
Check out the latest from Equity Blog, a project of PolicyLink to help nurture and inspire the nation’s equity movement. The growing equity community is united in bringing greater opportunity to all Americans — especially those from low-income communities and communities of color — by focusing on creating healthy, stable, and equitable communities.
During her mayoral campaign in 2013, Betsy Hodges ran on a platform of equity and growth, arguing that for a city with a rapidly growing population of color, but persistent racial disparities, the two couldn’t be more intertwined.
PolicyLink is pleased to announce that Angela Glover Blackwell has been named to the newly created Community Advisory Council (CAC) of the Federal Reserve Board.