Tag Archives: social justice
Praxia Partners, in collaboration with the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at the University of California Berkeley and Detroit’s Metropolitan Organizing Strategy Enabling Strength (MOSES) published a new report today on Detroit’s water system titled “Water Equity … Continue reading →
This spring, experts from across the nation gathered in Oakland for Othering & Belonging: A National Conference. The event was hosted by the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley, an organization that Praxia Partners is proud to work … Continue reading →
Today, we at Praxia Partners reflect on 2014– a year of tragedies, triumphs, and passionate demonstrations and protests. We honor the millions of Americans who sparked the civil rights movement– and the millions who preserve its legacy today by fighting … Continue reading →
The first of several Regional Convenings on Racial Equity will meet August 5 and 6 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Podcasting is the new broadcasting. Today, we share 5 favorites that deliver fresh content about social justice and environmentalism.
This fascinating new video helps us visualize not only the wealth gap, but also the gap between perception and reality.
The Poverty and Race Research Action Council’s latest bulletin showcases the power of education As usual, the Poverty and Race Research Action Council’s (PRRAC) bulletin offers a wealth of information to anyone interested in community-building and social justice. We wanted … Continue reading →
This winter has already brought plenty of excitement to Sweet Water Foundation, as two co-founders were recently honored for visionary contributions to their communities. Emmanuel Pratt received the Green Award from Chicago magazine, and Jim Godsil was named a finalist … Continue reading →
The newest social justice hub, Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, is now online. Born of a belief that we all benefit from a fair and inclusive society, the Haas Institute furthers both research and policy while building … Continue reading →