How To Guides
By developing “How To” guides, RRAPP has grouped together a set of articles to address a specific thematic area. These guides are meant to be focused on a singular yet multifaceted issue and to provide an entry point for further exploration of the topic.
What not to do, what we know doesn’t work
Research on racial equity and antiracist institutional practice is emerging and continues to help inform the field. What conclusions can be drawn about what are effective or ineffective approaches?
Organizational change with community stakeholders
Organizational change can be both a bottom-up and top-down endeavor. What does it look like to engage community stakeholders at all stages of antiracist change, and what are the most effective and equitable practices?
How to make your organization more accountable
How is accountability defined and measured? What does it look like when an organization claims antiracism as a core value and holds itself accountable for meeting racial equity goals? How is that accomplished?
Building an Antiracist University
The world of education is rife with policies and practices that perpetuate and promote racism. How do organizations with educational mandates work to recognize, understand, and address these issues?
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Research related to structural and organizational change within institutions and how and what accountability can be implemented in specific settings.Explore Articles
Research related to the intersection of racial equity with other marginalized identity groups.Explore Articles
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Research related to racial equity and intersections in media, journalism, the digital landscape, and other forms of communication.Explore Articles
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Research related to health, psychology, and other social and societal factors as they relate to well-being and racial equity.Explore Articles
Training & Evaluation
Research related to racial equity training programs, workshops, and evaluation, in addition to measurement of training programs and of other racial equity interventions.Explore Articles
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Organizational Change Management for Health Equity: Perspectives from the Disparities Leadership Program
Introduction This study seeks to understand the best ways to address racial and ethnic disparities within healthcare institutions, with a particular focus on organization management. The study draws upon learnings from the Disparities Solution Center at Massachusetts General Hospital and specifically references data produced from the Disparities Leadership Program (DLP) that began in 2007. The…Read More
Cultivating Racial Diversity or Reproducing Whiteness?: A QuantCrit Analysis of School Districts’ Early Principal Hiring Practices
Introduction This study examines early principal hiring practices (EPHPs) and considers how they may disrupt or perpetuate racial inequity and exclusion in principalship. The authors define EPHPs as activities and processes that begin with job descriptions and include recruitment, collecting application materials, candidate screening, and written criteria used during the process. The authors focus particularly…Read More
Organizational Diversity Learning Framework: Going Beyond Diversity Training Programs
Introduction This conceptual paper by Fujimoto and Härtel provides an overview of the shortcomings of traditional diversity training and proposes a set of criteria that allow for true diversity learning in the workplace. These criteria make up a framework devised by the authors that aims to allow staff of all backgrounds (both personal and professional)…Read More
Unlocking the Benefits of Diversity: All-Inclusive Multiculturalism and Positive Organizational Change
Introduction In response to shifts in population demographics over the past several decades, American organizations have launched diversity initiatives to address their changing workforce. These diversity initiatives are not necessarily focused on their employees’ perspectives regarding how to approach diversity and have fallen short in their efforts. By analyzing existing approaches to diversity, this article…Read More