The Racial Justice Institute is a groundbreaking national leadership program, grounded in a commitment to race-equity as an integral and essential part of anti-poverty advocacy. Following seven months of intensive training, Racial Justice Institute fellows join a network of over 375 advocates working on race equity issues across the country.
Although the pathway to organizational change can be challenging, groundwork can lay a helpful footing.
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Groundbreaking Program Centers Racial Equity in Anti-Poverty Advocacy
By providing anti-poverty advocates with racial justice tools and concepts, RJI is transforming legal aid and public interest advocacy.
Now in its ninth year, this groundbreaking program equips anti-poverty advocates with tools to advance racial equity.
Understanding and using key constructs can help advocates better frame issues through a racial justice lens.