Take The Challenge
Racial equity is central to United Way of the Greater Triangle's mission to eradicate poverty and increase social mobility through the power of partnerships. That's because the data shows that race, gender, or both are always the determining factors in whether someone will suffer more than others. In order to change, we must alter behaviors and demolish structures that have been ingrained through centuries of systemic oppression.
United Way's 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge can be your first step. This email series will take you on a journey of learning and self-discovery to help you develop more effective social justice habits around issues of race, power, privilege, and leadership. Community members can participate as individuals or as a part of a workplace, place of worship, professional association, or more. Participation is free.
Join The Challenge:
*Please note: you're signing up for phase one of United Way's 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge. Come back in January to sign up for the next phase.
Here are the important details:
► 100% virtual and free to participate. The challenge kicks off on Monday, December 5, 2022.
► Sign up at any time (even after December 5)! Past content will also be made available on this page.
► Participants will receive an email 3x per week
with links to articles, podcasts, videos, and more.
The policy or practice of opposing racism and promoting racial justice.
Charity is the giving of help to those who are in need, while justice is the system which oversees that the concept of moral rightness is applied to a situation when someone has become the aggrieved party.
Charity addresses an immediate need while justice gets to the root of the problem.
The state of not being equal, referring especially to status, rights, and opportunities.
Lack of justice or fairness, referring to unfair, avoidable differences arising from poor governance, corruption, or cultural exclusion.
The systematic fair treatment of people of all races, resulting in equitable opportunities and outcomes for all.
An analytical framework for understanding how aspects of a person’s social and political identities combine to create different modes of discrimination and privilege.