We want to ensure anyone interested in our mission can share the knowledge we’ve gleaned from community leaders. We are very proud to share with you stories of our best practices in equity building and portraits of two other High Point organizations with leaders who have embraced the opportunity to further antiracism through their programming, directly and systemically.
In partnership with High Point University’s Center for Community Engagement and Change Often – Social Innovation Firm, we invite you to familiarize yourself with stories and resources that will inspire and orient you within our community’s work to build an antiracist High Point – one that empowers and one that promotes peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.
All community data cited in these case studies have been pulled from Guilford County (April 2022) and High Point (June-July 2021) Nonprofit DEI Indices collected in collaboration with the Guilford Non-Profit Consortium. Complete indices are available here.
Read on to hear how YWCA High Point, the United Way of High Point, and Reading Connections promote antiracism through organizational leadership, intentional programming, and systemic approaches to antiracist culture. Additionally, we hope you will browse our curated list of antiracist resources for any organization, take our survey, and share our Anti-Racism Rubric with your organizational leadership.
Resource: Social Justice Glossary
Resource: Anti-Racist Service Delivery Model
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