Senior Executive and Director, Member and Partner Engagement
About the Program
Strengthening the capacity to build more equitable communities. Established in the wake of the 2014 unrest in Ferguson, MO, the REAL department offers tools and resources designed to help local elected leaders build safe places where people from all racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds thrive socially, economically, academically and physically.
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How REAL Helps Cities
From action guides to trainings and case studies, the NLC REAL team offers a number of resources to strengthen local leaders knowledge and capacity to eliminate racial disparities, heal racial divisions and build more equitable communities.
NLC supports local leaders in addressing structural racism, finding solutions, and developing custom-tailored plans.