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Advancing Racial Equity through Community Engagement and Data-Driven Accountability

While government plays a crucial role in advancing racial equity, the complexities of institutional and structural racism also require strategies that span across all sectors of the community.

In Dubuque, Iowa, City government is part of a network of nearly 60 organizations and individuals from faith, labor, education, business, non-profit, and government dedicated to advancing justice and social equity and inclusion in our community.

Inclusive Dubuque is a community network of leaders committed to supporting an equitable and inclusive culture to meet the economic and cultural needs of a diverse community. It is comprised of faith, labor, education, non-profit, and government leaders.

Tomorrow, April 20th:
New Resources for Advancing Equity in Sustainability and Climate Action (Webinar)

Last Chance: Register for the Midwest Convening on Racial Equity in Chicago on April 25th!

The Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE), the Center for Social Inclusion, and Communities United are pleased to announce a Midwest Convening on Racial Equity that will bring together people from government, community organizations, and leaders from across the Midwest region.

We’ll have a dozen workshops that feature experts from the field who are working to transform government and advance racial equity. Registration deadline is tomorrow, April 20th.

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