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Our Work

Equity-centered policy requires community inclusion, leadership, and framing. With funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, our ECP team has partnered with the Ashé Cultural Arts Center in New Orleans, LA and Making it Count Community Development Corporation in Detroit, MI to assess policies that can disrupt systemic racism driving health disparities in their communities, using storytelling of life experience as a tool for policy identification and change. 

The following "Truth Be Told" videos are powerful community narratives showcasing voices that illustrate history, geography, community assets, and challenges. The resource is utilized to inform, inspire, and expand community stories for the purpose of equity-centered policy change. Edited versions of the videos are also tools for expanding awareness via social media platforms to engage different audiences.


Workshops & Trainings

Policy Assesment

Truth Be Told: New Orleans
The Center for Black Health & Equity

Truth Be Told: New Orleans

Trusted Resources

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