“If folks can’t imagine you as a human, all the policy in the world is irrelevant” -Ta-Nehisi Coates

We are each responsible for our own learning. It is not the responsibility of your employer, your neighborhood, your state, county or city, your church, your school, or anyone else to teach you about another culture, the complexity of our nation’s history around inequality, inequity, racism, and oppression. You are responsible and accountable to yourself in perpetuating inequity, racism, and oppression or for being part of the change to liberation, justice, and belonging for all.

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Relational Partnership: Seven Pit Stops to a Belonging State

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How to Show Up Authentically

In this "How to Show Up Authentically" graphic PDF, you can learn 10 ways to show up authentically. In your equity journey, you can practice being transparent, seeking understanding, and speaking your truth!

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PEAR Plan & Playbook

The Washington State Pro-Equity Anti-Racism (PEAR) Ecosystem Plan & Playbook outlines the framework and tools that Washington state agencies will use to create a PEAR ecosystem in which all Washingtonians have full access to the opportunities, power, and resources they need to flourish and achieve their full potential.

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