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Four building blocks of HOPE: Relationships, Environment, Engagement, Emotional Growth
Cover of HOPE as an Anti-Racism Framework in Action fact sheet

This guide walks readers through the process of thinking about policy and practice changes from an anti-racism, HOPE-informed lens. The resource provides case studies in early childhood education and pediatrics to guide readers through the process of reviewing the data, engaging their communities, and making change — giving concrete examples of how to use HOPE and anti-racism to effect systemic change. Thank you to Dr. Baraka Floyd for developing this guide, and thank you to Amanda Winn for facilitating the guide’s creation!

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