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Typically, when individuals and organizations work to dismantle racism, they emphasize personal responsibility and individual change. People are often tasked with addressing interpersonal racist behaviors and the intrapsychic biases and prejudices within their mind (eg, racial stereotypes and prejudices), yet addressing the racist policies of the institutional environment is given little attention. Structural change is required to embrace anti-racism in multiple settings. This chapter provides the key components of racial equity tools and, through a case study example, illustrates how to apply racial equity tools in pediatric settings.

Keywords: anti-racism, structural racism, racial equity tools

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