Healing justice for equity


hands holding a heartIn the conversations and efforts surrounding equity, we hear a lot about structural racism. Racism is a system of inequity, made up of interconnected and interdependent structures, such as education, healthcare, and criminal justice.  

Our rules, laws, policies, customs, and cultures (especially amongst groups), inform how different structures relate to each other, as well as our interpersonal and institutional relationships.  

The whole system not only creates inequities, it prevents any equity from emerging.