Call for Scholarship on Race Equity Efforts
OSU Journal on Dispute Resolution, DCP, Harvard, and Stanford, issue collaborative call for proposals. . .
Smallwood Named DCP Executive Director
Effective June 2021, Carl Smallwood becomes the Project’s Executive Director . . .
New Partnership with Mershon Center
Mershon Center, DCP Forge New Partnership, Launch Racial Equity Initiatives Guide . . .
The Week of April 19 – Ideas for Local Leaders
DCP provides resources for communities as they plan for the Chauvin verdict.
Ideas for Leaders Speaking Out Against Hate
Local community leaders can have a positive impact by speaking out in the aftermath of a hate incident, including one that does not constitute a crime…
DCP’s New Guidance for Collaborative Racial Equity Initatives
A Practical Guide to Planning Initiatives for Working Together to Advance Racial Equity . . .
STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY EFFORTS TO TRANSFORM DIVISION INTO ACTION
By divided community, we mean a community with conflicts that could potentially polarize its residents, such that people stop listening, tensions simmer, and, in regrettable instances, some “final straw” incident triggers civil unrest and disorder.
No nation, including our own, can escape such tests.
Through this project, we hope to synthesize insights for collaborative approaches to community division; provide counsel to local leaders based on these insights; and help local leaders translate these principles into practice in local communities throughout the nation.