Assessing Graduate Public Policy Programs with an Anti-Racist Lens
A resource for students, alum and administrators to improve policy programs with a consideration for racial equity and inclusion
Are our schools preparing policymakers to be anti-racist?
The most fundamental role of policy schools and policymakers has always been to imagine a better world and then build it. An anti-racist policy education will give us the tools to do this. We can close the wealth gap between Black and white Americans, invest in restorative justice and not incarceration, pay reparations to descendants of the enslaved Black people who built this country (United States), return Native land to its rightful guardians, collectively protect Black trans women, and so much more. This is the world we imagine. Read our report to learn more about how to get there.