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Sharing the Lessons Learned: Reflections on Six Years of Anti-Racism Work

Our Dismantling Racism Project was shaped by the Center’s analysis of the ways race and racism were specifically playing out in our region. It has now been six years since the launch of the DR Project. Through this work we have seen inspiring successes and challenging pitfalls. The Project has taken many forms and, like Western States Center as an organization, our DR work has evolved over that period. In 2004 we engaged in an evaluative process designed to cull the lessons we have learned and determine the Center’s on-going priorities and role in moving a racial justice agenda in the West. Based on this assessment, this document shares our thoughts on the value and utility of anti-racist organizational work and education as well as the critical questions our work has raised.

Sharing the Lessons Learned: Reflections on Six Years of Anti-Racism Work

DR Lessons Learned

This document was produced after six years of the Dismantling Racism Project at the Center. Through this work we have seen inspiring successes and challenging pitfalls. The Project has taken many forms and, like Western States Center as an organization, our DR work has evolved over that period. In 2004 we engaged in an evaluative process designed to cull the lessons we have learned and determine the Center’s on-going priorities and role in moving a racial justice agenda in the West. Based on this assessment, this document shares our thoughts on the value and utility of anti-racist organizational work and education as well as the critical questions our work has raised.

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