Promising Practices - West

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Action for a Better Community
A Denver-based organization founded in 1992 to campaign for the improvement of living conditions of minorities in Colorado

Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center
A Los Angeles, CA-based center that provides young people with programs that will enhance their educational and personal lives

American Indian Science Technology Education Consortium
A consortium established in 1994 to create a model for moving American Indian students from elementary school to Ph.D. programs, and to provide resources for tribal colleges

Arizona Opportunities Industrialization Center
The Phoenix-based center increases the education and economic opportunities of low-income Phoenix area residents by providing various skills training and education programs

Asian Counseling and Referral Service
Asian Counseling and Referral Service provides bilingual and bicultural human services and advocates for these services

Asian Neighborhood Design, Inc.
The San Francisco-based organization operates programs that focus on business development, employment training, and housing and community development

BRIDGES: A School Inter Ethnic Relations Program
A Santa Ana, CA program that values racial and ethnic diversity in schools

Campus Climate Plan
A program operated by San Jose State University that addresses issues on campus that affect the stability and well-being of the student population

Casa Heiwa Tenant Council
Casa Heiwa Tenant Council, located in the "Little Tokyo" section of Los Angeles designs tenant programs which encourage intercultural understanding, awareness and harmony.

Center for Educational Equity
An organization created to assist schools and school districts in providing equal access and opportunities for all students, and to provide the latest information regarding effective practices used to improve race relations

Center for Research on Education, Diversity and Excellence
A five-year program began in 1996 to conduct research, development and training, which focuses on critical issues relating to the education of minority students and students deemed at-risk by factors of race, poverty and geographic location

Chicanos Por La Causa
The Phoenix-based organization is a community development corporation formed in 1969 by concerned Hispanic citizens to address social issues in their community

Children of the Dream
A program that brings Ethiopian Jews living in Israel to Los Angeles high schools in order to build bridges of understanding

Children's Outreach Center
An East Palo Alto, CA center that works with children and mothers to promote self-esteem

Choose One
A Lakewood, CO-based program that reduces bias and stereotyping in Colorado

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