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Prejudice Across America College Tour
A Spokane, WA program that sponsors a cross-country tour for students to learn about prejudice in America
Principles of Community, UC Davis
The Principles of Community at the University of California, Davis is committed to equity, access, diversity, and freedom of expression, and it rejects all forms of discrimination and hatred
The program addresses racial prejudice and institutional racism in Levi Strauss and Company plant communities
Project Uplift stimulates interest in mathematics, science and engineering, helps young people prepare for careers in these fields and works to ensure that participants are reflective of the population mix of New Mexico
Radio BilingŁe, Inc.
A nonprofit organization which uses using radio to promote cultural understanding, provide opportunity for public dialogue and celebrate of cultures
This TV program was produced following 10 weekly town-hall meetings that were held in Oakland, California in 1991
Rebuilding Community Campaign
A multiethnic, congregation-based community organization founded to bridge the cultural and socio-economic diversity of Denver, while building new leadership and surfacing new issues in low-income communities throughout the Denver metro area
Rio Hondo Project, San Gabriel Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America
The Rio Hondo Project reaches underserved minority youth. It is developed and implemented at the local level to meet community needs.
San Francisco Organizing Project
A coalition of labor groups, neighborhood groups and low-income housing organizations, which works to empower local residents to create safer, cleaner, prosperous communities and to bridge cultural, ethnic and racial differences
Santos Rodriguez Project
A Seattle, WA project that studies Chicano/Latino/Mexicano history and the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Seeking Common Ground
A Denver, CO-based program that brings people from various racial, cultural, religious and political backgrounds together to increase their understanding of and respect for each other
Shades of L.A.
A Pasadena, CA-based radio program that encourages dialogues on race
This documentary film was made in 1995 in response to increasing racial tensions and incidents of racial violence on college campuses
St. HOPE Academy
A Sacramento, CA-based program offers a structured, positive environment for educational opportunities, leadership training, character development, spiritual growth and physical well-being to disadvantaged, minority and low-income youth
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