TOOLS & PUBLICATIONS

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Consulting with a Racial Equity Lens Tool, author. October 2010.

Leadership and Race: How to Develop and Support Leadership that Contributes to Racial Justice, co-author. Leadership Learning Community. September 2010.

"Community of Practice: A Process for Evaluating Racial Justice Work?," author. Article in Critical Issues Forum - Volume 3. Marking Progress Movement Toward Racial Justice. Philanthropic Initiave for Racial Equity. July, 2010.

Website: Racial Equity Tools, co-created with the Center for Assessment and Policy Development.

Assessment Report of the Synod Anti-Racism Teams in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. 2008.  

Community Change Processes and Progress in Addressing Racial Inequities, in partnership with Aspen Institute Roundtable for Community Change, 2007.

Community Change Initiatives to Address Racial Inequities: Building a Field of Practice, in partnership with Aspen Institute Roundtable for Community Change and the National League of Cities, 2007.

Lessons Learned: How Communities are Addressing Racial Inequities, a research project with National League of Cities and the Aspen Institute Roundtable for Community Change, 2006. (less than 1 MB)

*Flipping the Script: White Privilege and Community Building, with Sally Leiderman, Donna Bivens, and Barbara Major, Conshohocken, PA: MP Associates and Center for Assessment and Policy Development, 2005. (approximately 3 MB)

“What is White Privilege?” – chapter from Flipping the Script: White Privilege and Community Building. (less than 1 MB)

“Doing the Work: Unearthing Our Own White Privilege” – chapter from Flipping the Script: White Privilege and Community Building. (less than 1 MB)

Columbus Georgia Moving Forward Together Initiative: Report to the Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley, Inc., by Maggie Potapchuk and Carolyne Abdullah, 2005. (less than 1 MB)

Website:  Evaluation Tools for Racial Equity, with the Center for Assessment and Policy Development.

*Cultivating Interdependence: A Guide for Race Relations and Racial Justice Organizations, with a chapter on the role of foundations by Lori Villarosa. Washington, DC: Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, 2005. (approximately 21 MB)

Using Dialogue as a Tool in the Organizational Change Process (article), Oakland, CA: California Tomorrow, 2004. (less than 1 MB)

*Holding Up the Mirror: Working Interdependently for Just and Inclusive Communities, Washington, DC: NABRE, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, 2002. (approximately 4.5 MB)

*Steps Toward An Inclusive Community, Washington, DC: NABRE, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, 2001.  (approximately 4 MB) Includes the Inclusive Community Assessment Tool. (less than 1 MB)

Building Effective Community Partnerships: Systems Improvement Training and Technical Assistance Project, Toolkit Number 1, Washington, DC: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 2001. Contributor. Author: William R. Potapchuk. (less than 1 MB)

 

*There are limited print copies of these publications available for purchase. 
If interested contact Maggie Potapchuk.

 


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