Key publications and web content exploring the unique challenges and opportunities in equitable community development
Race Forward's guide to racial equity practices within community-government collaboration aimed at sustainability and renewable energy policies and programs.
Interview with Andre M. Perry, a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution, about the practice of redlining in the U.S., how it impacted Black Americans from developing wealth, and what’s being done on a policy level to correct it.
Richard Rothstein outlines how government policy helped make segregation worse, and how we can use the power of the government to reverse it in the twenty-first century.
Heather McGhee outlines how racism makes our economy worse -- and not just in ways that harm people of color.
What if disinvested communities had real power to allocate federal budget aid for local governments?
An exploration of how Buffalo might use a community-led process modeled by PUSH Buffalo for decisions about ARPA relief funding.
Author and professor Ibram X. Kendi explores the ways that anti-racist has become a code word for “anti-white” among extremists in the Atlantic.