REDRESS

re-dress / rɘ’dres /

verb: To remedy, set right or fix something that is wrong.

WELCOME TO THE REDRESS MOVEMENT

BUILDING A FUTURE WITH
Economic Opportunity
Fair Housing
Educational Equity
Safe Communities
Healthy Lives

We envision a society where the harm done through segregation has been remedied and repaired, where all of our citizens live in well-resourced neighborhoods, all of our community members have equal access to home ownership, and where what zip code you were born into no longer determines the shape of your life.

BE PART OF THE movement

REFRAME THE NARRATIVE

  • Segregation affects all of us.  
  • Racial segregation is as harmful as it is pervasive.
  • Redress begins by documenting and understanding how segregation affects your community, and others around it.

To learn more about the history of segregation and how you can start investigating segregation in your community, go to our research guides.

The
Redress

movement

Vocabulary

A comprehensive list of all Redress Movement Vocabulary.

Citizen’s Guide

A guide consisting of a series of questions we encourage you to ask of your community to understand its current state of segregation.

Curriculum

The Redress Movement’s base of resources divided into modules, as well as the comprehensive curriculum for those wanting a deeper dive.

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