The Pew Research Center's 2019 study, Views on Race in America, found that the public has negative views of the country's racial progress. Many other studies support this claim as well.
We know that racism exists on four levels - internal, interpersonal, institutional and ideological. It is insidious and harms individuals, institutions and society at large. RE·Center is focusing on four sectors in society where racism has harmed the ability of these industries to function at their peak levels and limited their abilities to contribute to society.
- We envision an equitable and just world where all youth have what they need to grow and thrive.
- We envision empowered students supported by conscious, critically thinking adults and supportive and safe schools and communities.
- We work towards a world in which equity is institutionalized in all school systems.
Based on 25 years of strong and powerful work and a successful re-brand, RE·Center is known for powerful facilitation, serious commitment to racial equity, and a commitment to outcomes.
We are a people-first organization that works in partnership with and centers the experience of those who hold marginalized or oppressed identities. We value the narratives and lived experiences of our staff, students, educators, and communities. We’re also in consultation with national and emerging best practices in the field of anti-racism, educational equity, and anti-oppression work.
Most importantly, our clients and our evaluation outcomes tell us our work makes a difference.
- Equity & Justice
- Learning & Growth
- Relationships & Community
Equitable evaluations are a tool to assess the effectiveness of our programs and internal structures in a way that is deeply rooted in racial equity and community.
Our equitable evaluations are rooted in four foundational practices: