An Evaluation of the National Issues Forum Methodology for Stimulating Deliberation in Rural Kentucky
Deliberation is implicit in the community development literature. Yet it is seldom addressed as a topic in its own right. Deliberation is defined...
Annotated Bibliography of Structural Racism Present in the U.S. Food System
This annotated bibliography provides current research and outreach on structural racism in the U.S. food system for the food system practitioner, researcher, and...
Best Practices for Outreach and Engagement to Latino Audiences using Community-Based Programs
The Latino community continues to grow at an increasing rate. Latinos have become the “majority-minority,” and by 2043, minorities will be the...
Can the Practice of Mindfulness Reduce Unconscious Racial Bias?
Efforts to create inclusive and equitable settings may be strengthened by including the practice of mindfulness. This short article provides some starting...
Community Issues Gatherings: A Tool For Resolving Controversy
This brief article walks through key considerations around community issues gathering.
Cultural Sharing or Unintentional Racism?
If you’re involved with creating activities, camps and other events, be careful not to let your good intentions turn into potentially harmful acts...
Journal of the Community Development Society Special Issue: Turning the Tide on Poverty
Nearly seven years of work to promote civic engagement in high poverty counties has led to rich insights into where and how this...
Moving from Debate to Dialogue
The article outlines key differences between debate and dialogue, and also provides links to additional resources.
Now Is the Time
This report provides practical tools for identifying and assessing diversity on your campus, including an innovative, self-administered reflective questioning process to identify strengths,...