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We generate and synthesize research on key civil rights and equal opportunity policies that have been neglected or overlooked.

The Civil Rights Project uses research as the foundation for a wide variety of written products. These are designed to define and accentuate the racial justice implications of key policy choices to legislators, the media, and the general public, and to arm civil rights organizations with the intellectual capital they need to become more influential at the national, state and local levels. To date, CRP has commissioned or produced over 400 studies on a range of topics, some of which include:

With our efforts we hope to improve the channels of communication through which research findings are translated and communicated to advocates, policymakers and the broader public and, conversely, to improve the channels through which the needs of policymakers and advocates are communicated to researchers.

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