The GRE Network is a regional partnership of government jurisdictions working to achieve racial equity. We work to eliminate institutional and structural racism, as they are the root causes of racial inequities. Our goals are to strengthen alliances, build organizational and institutional skills and commitment, share promising practices and develop and implement policies that promote racial equity.
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Don’t miss the only conference in the country that focuses on Racial Equity in government!
You will have the opportunity to learn about promising practices in the field, connect with other people who are doing the same work, and be a founding member of the Governing for Racial Equity Policy Network.
Location and details for the 2015 GRE Conference will be announced here.
2014 Conference Highlights included:
- A session for elected officials
- Keynote: Neva Walker, executive director of San Francisco’s Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth, will present ”Inside/Outside Strategies for Community and Government Partnerships for Racial Justice”
- Plenary sessions with Walidah Imarisha, Juliet Ellis, and Marissa Madrigal.