The W.K. Kellogg Foundation Launches The Racial Equity Resource Guide

May 3, 2014  |  

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF), an organization focused on the needs of children and the closing of the inequality gap, has launched the Racial Equity Resource Guide, a database of information and resource materials focused on racial disparity and the ways in which these “racial wounds” can be healed in order for society to move forward.

The Guide is part of the America Healing initiative launched in 2010 with the purpose of creating awareness about racial  issues in order to solve them.

With this guide, users will have access to articles, research, books, documentaries and other materials that allow them to create a PDF of data that can be shared on Facebook, Twitter and other places.

According to an email we received from a WKKF spokesperson, “This tool is designed for 1) individuals who would like to learn more about racial healing and racial equity… 2) the growing field of social justice advocates who are looking for resources that best support their efforts to promote racial healing and racial equity and 3) for communities across the country that are looking for racial healing tools, models, programs and expertise to best address the issues of racism they are experiencing in a multitude of ways.”

Among the materials available are those from The Winter Institute and the book The Hidden Cost of Being African American by Thomas Shapiro.

To register and gain access to The Racial Equity Resource Guide, click here.

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