As explored in Fundamentals, systems of inequity are interwoven, and forms of inequity intersect with each other. Change in one piece of the system can often influence change in other pieces. At the same time, for a variety of reasons, communities and groups that want to work on racial equity often pick a particular issue as their starting point (immigration, employment, hate crimes, environmental justice) or aim their work at contributing to transforming particular institutions or systems (criminal justice, education, philanthropy, media). Information in this section will help users delve into a particular issue as part of their planning for action. Please review these sections for planning, strategy and examples of others’ work specific to that issue. In addition, for almost each issue area, there is at least one organization or website focused on that particular issue that can be used to access more information.

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