Center for Immigrants' Rights Clinic at Penn State Law

In response to the 2016 presidential election, the Center of Immigrants' Rights Clinic at Penn State Law created a webpage dedicated to resources that pertain to immigration policies under the current administration.
 

Center on Race and Social Problems

The mission of the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work Center on Race and Social Problems (CRSP) is to conduct applied social science research on race, color, ethnicity and their influence on the quality of life for all Americans.
 

Education and Civil Rights Alliance

The Education Civil Rights Alliance is a diverse and experienced group of organizers, educator organizations, community groups, professional associations, civil rights organizations, and government agencies that are committed to protecting the civil rights of marginalized students.
 

    EmbraceRace

    An online community to discuss and share best practices for raising and caring for kids, all kids, in the context of race. 
     

    Maryland Equity Project

    The Maryland Equity Project seeks to improve education through research that supports an informed public policy debate on the quality and distribution of educational opportunities in Maryland.
     

    National Coalition for School Diversity (NCSD)

    A network of national civil rights organizations, university-based research centers, and state and local coalitions working to promote school diversity.
     

    National Education Policy Center

    Sponsors research, produces policy briefs, and publishes expert third-party reviews of think tank reports. The Center’s publications are written in accessible language and are intended for a broad audience that includes academic experts, policy makers, the media, and the general public. The Center's goal is to provide high-quality information in support of democratic deliberation about education policy.
     

    Schools of Opportunity

    Arises out of the reality that existing recognitions strongly favor schools that enroll students who, outside of school, have the richest opportunities. These recognitions favor high schools that are selective or serve students who are affluent. While many of those schools are indeed outstanding, we believe it important to recognize schools that are excellent because they engage in research-based practices that focus on closing gaps in opportunity, regardless of the students they serve.
     

    The Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles at UCLA

    Renewing the civil rights movement by bridging the worlds of ideas and action, to be a preeminent source of intellectual capital within that movement, and to deepen the understanding of the issues that must be resolved to achieve racial and ethnic equity as society moves through the great transformation of the 21st century.