With its emerging work in the private sector, IARA envisions the establishment of national accountability standards for corporate racial equity efforts. This project seeks to support landscape actors in developing and using standards to measure the impact of these efforts against their stated goals, in response to perspectives of people of color impacted on the ground, and by using public disclosure of data on outcomes as means for public accountability reporting.
The Ash Center’s Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Archon Fung discuss how without a more robust commitment to upholding and protecting multiracial democracy the United States won’t be to solve its […]
Cambridge, MA—The Institutional Antiracism and Accountability (IARA) Project, a research project working on long-term solutions to achieving racial equity in organizations at Harvard Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance […]
Our work at the Ash Center is dedicated to tackling some of the toughest challenges facing democracy today—from ensuring equal ballot access, to advancing Indigenous sovereignty and promoting racial justice […]