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A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE Institute The Institute coordinates diversity education programs for schools, universities, corporations, community organizations, and law enforcement agencies in an effort to combat prejudice, promote democratic ideals, and strengthen pluralism

Anytown The program is an award-winning summer program created by The National Conference for youth and emerging leaders to focus on reducing prejudice and increasing understanding among people of different races and ethnicities

ASPIRA A program that motivates Puerto Rican youth to stay in school and offer them career guidance

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America Diversity Initiatives A special effort implemented by Big Brothers Big Sisters of America to increase diversity among the staff and volunteers

Career Beginnings A Boston, MA-based program that works with high school students to prepare them for higher education and employment

Center for Applied Linguistics: Program in Language and Public Policy A resource center for information on the application of language in public policy issues

Center for Living Democracy The Center publishes information that provides practical lessons and success stories that help lead to cross-cultural collaboration in solving community problems

City Year The Boston-based program began in 1988 to generate community service projects that break down social barriers, inspire citizens to civic action, develop new leaders for the common good, and improve and promote the concept of voluntary national service

Common Destiny Alliance An alliance of organizations and scholars that uses research to identify effective educational practices and improve race relations in America

Community Outreach A Washington, DC program that encourages civic participation among people of racial backgrounds

Congress of National Black Churches An ecumenical coalition of eight major historically black denominations created to bring different racial groups together through its programs

Cultural Diversity Fieldbook Network Project An Amherst, MA project that produces publications that feature essays on racial diversity

Cultural Diversity Program, American Lung Association Culturally sensitive programs and services which improve access to health care within urban communities

Education Alliance in Equity and Excellence in the Nation's Schools An alliance of people committed to supporting and strengthening racially integrated educational settings

Facing History and Ourselves A non-profit foundation devoted to helping middle and high school students by teaching about the dangers of indifference and the values of civility

Green Circle Program A human relations education program designed to promote intergroup relationships

Institute for the Study of Academic Racism A resource center for tracking the ideological foundations of racism

ISM (N.) National Diversity Project A North Carolina based project that uses multimedia communication efforts to build young people's civic skills for working together across the lines of difference and utilizing diversity as a strength

Journey Toward Wholeness An anti-racism transformation process

Leadership Conference Education Fund The Washington, D.C.-based program was established in 1969 to support educational activities relevant to civil rights issues

National Asian Family/School Partnership Project The National Asian Family/School Partnership Project helps to eliminate racial disparities and improve inter-ethnic dialogue by overcoming the challenges and needs that immigrant Asian families face as their children attend U.S. public schools

National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice A Washington, DC program that promotes civil rights issues within the Roman Catholic Church

National Center on Black-Jewish Relations A New Orleans, LA center that engages students and community leaders in discussions on how to improve race relations

National Coalition Building Institute The Washington, D.C.-based institute is a nonprofit leadership-training organization founded in 1984 that eliminates prejudice and intergroup conflict in communities around the country

National Conference The Conference fights bias, bigotry, and racism in America through a variety of programs and workshops.

National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education The annual conference held, in different cities across the country, which addresses issues of conflict resolution and promotes cooperation and understanding among people of diverse ethnic backgrounds in higher education

National Migration Week A conference designed to educate the native-born U.S. population about the similarities between them, immigrants in their community, and refugees around the world

National Multicultural Institute An organization that sponsors workshops and training sessions on issues relating to racial and ethnic diversity

National Youth Sports Program A national resource that provides economically disadvantaged young people with a summer enrichment program which promote job skills, personal health and drug prevention within the framework of sports education

News Watch Project A San Francisco, CA project that monitors the media for fair and accurate coverage

Not in Our Town Campaign A media campaign that uses solution-oriented documentaries to demonstrate how individuals can help stop hate motivated violence and intolerance through personal action

Pacific Institute for Community Organization (PICO) PICO is a national network in over 70 cities which focuses on community building and organizing

Proyecto Access, NASA-HACU Proyecto Access prepares middle and high school Hispanic students for advanced studies and careers in mathematics, science and engineering.

Race Relations Institute of Fisk University A Nashville, TN institute committed to sponsoring forums on race relations

Seventh-Day Adventist Diversity Initiative An initiative that plans activities to enhance the organizationís diversity

Shared Mission Focus on Young People An initiative of the United Methodist Church that helps the denomination to respond more effectively to the needs of young people and to bring about peace and reconciliation

Study Circles Resource Center The Study Circles Resource Center promotes the use of small-group, democratic, highly participatory discussions known as study circles on critical social and political issues

Teaching Tolerance Project The project offers free, high-quality educational materials to help teachers promote interracial and intercultural harmony in the classroom and beyond

Television Race Initiative The Television Race Initiative presents a number of entertaining, high profile and provocative programs that deal with race which will air nationally on PBS

Tribes Learning Community A program that encourages people in the school system to respect racially and ethnically diverse populations

United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY) The Oklahoma City-based program was formed in 1976 to promote unity within individual families and tribes, and also among American Indian tribes and other peoples

UNITY: Journalists of Color, Inc. An Arlington, VA program for journalists of color to advance their presence and leadership in the news industry

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