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Racial Disparity and Public Policy: Home


This guide contains information and resources addressing the different ways racial disparity impacts minority communities within public policy, and how government and non-profit organizations study, document, and advocate change for these inequalities through policy.

Linkedin Learning courses

Pepperdine Libraries has online learning databases like LinkedIn Learning. Below are some courses that offer some insight on how to counter racial inequality:

Search Types and Strategies

Key words and terms are great ways to help generate results when searching for information. Using different terms will generate different results such as using "Racial Disparity" or "Racial Inequality". These different key words may yield different results based on the literature.

When conducting research on different groups try using a Boolean search using the search terms "AND, OR, NOT" with the demographic you are researching and other key words or terms like "Disparity in Housing" or "Judicial Inequality".

Drescher Graduate Campus Librarian

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Erik Helton
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