DEI Resources

Equity in Action Starter Kit

The Equity in Action Starter Kit was created as a personal toolbox for Coalitions to utilize when navigating the important work of addressing the intersection of racial injustice and poor health outcomes within the community. This starter kit is not “all-inclusive,” but it does offer specific action items to help provide a starting point. Use the content in this Starter Kit to either begin or advance your Racial Social Health Equity journey. The starter kit can also be found through the PEACE Training Series link below.

Options for Action

Wholespire maintains a searchable database of state and national resources related advocacy, community action, youth engagement, and diversity, equity, and inclusion.

P.E.A.C.E. Training Series

The P.E.A.C.E. (Promoting Equity Among Communities Effectively) Training Series provided a special opportunity for various SC health coalitions to collaborate and share knowledge, exchange ideas, and gain a better understanding of racial equity in order to better serve communities throughout South Carolina. The main goal of the series was to help coalition members integrate racial justice concepts into their community coalition processes by introducing relevant, actionable tools and frameworks. Three innovative statewide organizations came together to provide collaborative leadership and collective funding for this series: Wholespire, Healthy People Healthy Carolinas, and Blueprint for Health.

Race Equity and Inclusion (REI) Partnership

The REI Partnership is a group of local and state agencies, community organizations and nonprofits, and others who are working to incorporate REI into organizational practice. They have created several free tools and resources to help workplaces institutionalize REI practices.

Race Equity Resources by Wholespire

Wholespire compiled a list of race equity resources to assist anyone interested in learning more about how to incorporate racial equity into healthy eating, active living community work.

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