A national coalition of institutions committed to supporting and advancing research addressing the lives of women and girls of color.
Who We Are
Shifting the tide of research requires sustained, committed institutional investments
In 2015-2016, more than 50 institutions formed the Collaborative to Advance Equity Through Research, a coalition of institutions taking action to advance research addressing the lives of women and girls of color.
Each institution joined by publicly affirming the importance of research addressing the lives of women and girls of color – and then making direct, substantive investments in that research at their institutions.
Annual Report 2015-2016
Putting Women And Girls Of Color At The Center: Shifting The Tide Of Research Through Institutional Leadership And Sustained Investments
The heart of the Collaborative is institution-specific commitments, allowing research by and addressing the lives of women and girls of color to advance across the country at dozens of institutions with different missions and approaches. This report contain highlights of the commitments and accomplishments from each Collaborative member from November 2015-2016.
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