"Racial equity work is a complex, highly iterative process that engages our minds, emotions, and souls. It inspires us to expose, challenge, and undo our negative racial/ethnic perceptions, intentions and behaviors toward each other. It becomes transcendent at the point when we truly embrace the belief that all human beings are created equal. But we must be willing to open our hearts and trust the process. Ultimately the process must transform institutional policy and practice so that the socio-economic outcomes and conditions of well-being for black and brown people become racially equitable."
Khatib A.F. Waheed
Racial Equity Learning Exchanges (RELE)