King County, Washington’s Equity Impact Review (EIR) Tool can be used to identify, evaluate, and communicate the potential impact of a policy or program on equity. Learn more about King County’s tools and resources here.
The Network for Public Health Law’s Equity Assessment can be used to assess the equity implications of new or existing laws and policies by assisting in identifying potential issues at the drafting, designing, implementing, or evaluating stages. This framework is intended to guide discussions around… Read More »Equity Assessment Framework for Public Health Laws and Policies
This working document provided by the Arizona State University Institute for Humanities Research offers information about and links to many anti-racist tools such as activities, podcasts, videos, articles, books, and more. The goal of this resource is to facilitate the growth of white folks to… Read More »Scaffolded Anti-Racist Resources
In this 10 minute TED Talk, Dr. Amanda Kemp, an accomplished scholar and the creator of the H.E.A.R.T. System for Racial Justice and Mindful Living, discusses how she seeks to understand others and approaches dialogue on discussions of race and other issues.
In this 18 minute TED Talk, diversity facilitator and Oklahoma graduate student Lachelle King explains her approach of moving from “traditional” diversity training tactics to engaging her audience to break down difficult conversations about racism.
To mobilize health equity in our communities, we must first understand the role of power in our society and how it creates health inequities. This free one hour webinar features speakers from Human Impact Partners who discuss power and how it can be used to… Read More »Advancing Health Equity Through Power Building and Narrative Change Webinar
The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice’s Vulnerable Populations in Health Care and Health Research online training outlines the ways in which health professionals can work with communities to address factors leading to their vulnerability. The course uses four video segments and is self-paced, taking… Read More »Vulnerable Populations in Health Care and Health Research Course
The Health Opportunity and Equity (HOPE) Initiative sets benchmarks and tracks indicators of health equity at the state and national level for individuals, professionals, health sector organizations, and non-health organizations to utilize and refer to when working toward achieving health equity. Learn more about the… Read More »Health Opportunity and Equity (HOPE) Initiative
The Government Alliance on Race and Equity is a national network of governments working toward racial equity by committing to achieving racial equity, focusing on the power of their institutions, and partnering with others. Learn more about the alliance’s approach, opportunities and tools, and how… Read More »Local and Regional Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE)
The National Collaborative for Health Equity promotes health equity through leadership, action, inclusion, and collaboration. Their mission is to “promote health equity by fostering racial healing and equity, harnessing data, developing leaders, and catalyzing partnerships.” The organization offers several programs utilizing many methods of ensuring… Read More »National Collaborative for Health Equity