Organizing for Racial Equity Within the Federal Government
This guide provides multiple actions civil servants can take to strengthen and grow the influence of our public institutions so they serve their highest purpose.
By Ryan Curren
Organizing for Racial Equity Within the Federal Government offers a clear path for federal civil servants who are committed to helping their institutions reach an organizational tipping point. Emerging and leading racial equity practitioners who understand the importance of continuously bringing more people together and building staff and organizational capacity for change will also find this resource helpful.
The guide focuses on unifying strategies and structures that facilitate a deep, widespread, and sustained commitment to racial equity across the whole of government. It introduces multiple actions that can strengthen and grow the influence of our public institutions, so they serve their highest purpose.
Organizing our federal government for the work ahead will require incorporating racial equity values in processes, outcomes, and products. With this resource, federal civil servants and racial equity experts can improve how they reach across functions as well as throughout the hierarchy to support change.