This report by the Center for Social Inclusion reflects on the legacy of Jim Crow laws and their impact on jobs for people of color, and offers concrete solutions to address racial inequities in the workforce.
This is a literature review that attempts to quantify the economic benefits of racial equity to businesses, governments, and the overall economy. It goes into detail on certain areas of current inequities such as housing and residential segregation, education, and health.
This document is designed to provide evaluators with a practical way to examine their own backgrounds, beliefs, and biases and improve their capability of conducting evaluation using a culturally responsive and racial equity lens; develop designs and protocols that produce evaluation questions capable of teasing out nuances that are often overlooked by common evaluation processes; and assess an organization’s (governance, leadership, and staff) commitment to issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
This website, compiled by the Aspen Workforce Strategies Initiative, features resources that define the sector approach, describe sector initiatives, document worker outcomes, and offer a variety of resources to those working to operate in or support this field of practice.
This report—released by the National Governors Association, the Corporation for a Skilled Workforce and the National Skills Coalition—offers a snapshot of sector strategies today, an overview of what makes them different from traditional workforce and economic development programs and a description of actions that state administrators and policymakers can take as part of a policy framework to support the strategies’ creation and effective operation.