Archive Category: Equity Blog

ISSUES & TRENDS: Mental Health Needs as Schools Reopen

ISSUES & TRENDS: Mental Health Needs as Schools Reopen The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a huge impact on...

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ISSUES & TRENDS: Impact of COVID-19 on Immigrant Workers

ISSUES & TRENDS: Impact of COVID-19 on Immigrant Workers Type of and Need for Employment Drives Disparate COVID-19 Outcomes...

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ISSUES & TRENDS: COVID-19 Impacts on Asian Americans and Immigrants in ICE Detention

ISSUES & TRENDS: COVID-19 Impacts on Asian Americans and Immigrants in ICE Detention This is the second in a...

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ISSUES & TRENDS: Latinos, African Americans and COVID-19

ISSUES & TRENDS: Latinos, African Americans and COVID-19 As you have heard or read in recent news media accounts,...

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RESOURCES & ENGAGEMENT: Mental Health During COVID-19

RESOURCES & ENGAGEMENT: Mental Health During COVID-19 Most of us have been practicing social distancing and sheltering in place...

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BOOK REVIEW: White Fragility by Robin Diangelo

BOOK REVIEW: White Fragility by Robin Diangelo

Jelina Tunstill
February 28, 2020

BOOK REVIEW: White Fragility:  Why it’s so Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin Diangelo This...

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BOOK REVIEW: The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

BOOK REVIEW: The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

Jelina Tunstill
February 19, 2020

Book Review – The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander  In this...

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RESOURCES & ENGAGEMENT: City of Austin Equity Office’s 2nd Annual Equity Forum: Critical Love in Practice

2nd Annual Equity Forum: Critical Love in Practice Hosted by City of Austin’s Equity Office As we celebrate Martin...

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BOOK REVIEW: What Truth Sounds Like by Michael Eric Dyson

What Truth Sound Like: RKF, James Baldwin and Our Unfinished Conversation About Race in America by Michael Eric Dyson This...

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CCDI TOOLKIT HIGHLIGHTS: Resources Relating to Minority Mental Health

Minority Communities are More Likely to Experience Poor Mental Health In 2008, July was designated as Minority Mental Health...

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