The REJI Organizational Race Equity Toolkit provides an assessment tool that organizations, particularly legal organizations, can use to assess their practices, policies, and culture related to race equity work. Along with the assessment tool, the Toolkit provides guidance and questions to further explore how your organization can understand and incorporate race equity into its work.
REJI Webinars are available view for free on-demand on various topics related to equity & justice, structural racism, and organizational change.
The staff of JustLead Washington and its partners have launched a blog to offer out equity and leadership-focused reflections, insights, and lessons learned.
A few favorite articles and resources for those interested in starting to develop or build anti-racist practices and strategies
Understanding Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat
Also known as implicit social cognition, implicit bias refers to attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner.
Understanding Structural Oppression and Racism
Resources for learning how racial inequities are deeply embedded in our social policies and practices and for developing individual strategies for dealing with it.
Tools for White Anti-Racist Allies
A learning space for people to learn how to understand and leverage whiteness in allyship and solidarity with people of color.
Tools for People of Color
When people are targeted or oppressed over time, they may start to identify with the myths and information that society creates and communicates to them.
Tools for Organizations
Resources for organizations to develop anti-racist policies, practices, and procedures into their work.
Advocacy and Community Lawyering
Build your capacity for systemic change through tools like mapping, communication, and policy advocacy.
Facilitation, Training, and Leadership Development Resources
Want to take your learning to the next level? Start here.
Check out Racial Equity Tools for even more resources.