ARC research focuses on the continued significance of race and ethnicity to social and economic outcomes in our society. Focusing largely on institutional and structural racism as opposed to personal prejudice, the Applied Research Center (ARC) believes that a true understanding of social justice issues requires an explicit, though not exclusive, examination of race and ethnicity. ARC’s research and public policy agenda is built around the concept of “Race and …” – highlighting the intersection and compounding effects of race and key societal issues.
ARC research also demonstrates the best ways to strengthen social change practice by offering policy solutions that address the ways in which racism intersects with other forms of contemporary oppressions.
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"Racial justice is key to a compassionate, inclusive, dynamic society."From "Movement Notes" Blog:
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