Impacting Racial Equity through Organizational Transformation

UNE is partnership with Angell Perez Consulting developed a Racial Equity toolkit to examine ways that organizations can further racial equity. It is so important to heal racial divides and grow shared knowledge, understanding, and compassion to build stronger organizations and have a more equitable impact in the work we do. An organizational commitment to doing racial justice work can be powerful and life changing for all constituents involved. It can bridge divides, allow the celebration of differences, honor everyone’s contributions, and build strong teams. This publication was made possible through the financial support of the Colorado Trust.

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We Organize Westminster

In early 2015, We Organize Westminster, a neighborhood-based community-led membership organization was formed to address issues faced by Westminster’s low income residents. A door-to-door survey was conducted that focused on the housing issues faced by Westminster residents. The following findings are the results of that effort. Surveys were collected in March and April of 2017 in South Westminster.

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The GES Coalition

The GES Coalition, directed by neighborhood leaders in partnership with ten community organizations, will release a new study on Tuesday. July 18th, 2017 that clearly shows the extreme vulnerability of the GES neighbors to displacement.

The surveys and report were created through a collective process that started by knocking on doors, starting conversations neighbor-to-neighbor, and collecting 500 surveys.

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