Findings from several survey experiments with registered voters demonstrate that order matters significantly in overcoming racial resentment to elevate support for policies that address disparities. This report reveals the counter-intuitive nature of frames and holds important lessons for advocates who communicate about disparities on a wide array of issues, including health and economic development.
Moving Toward Collective Health and Prosperity Means Putting Hunger and Poverty in the Rearview Mirror
The terrain of public thinking about hunger and poverty is fraught with unhelpful assumptions and associations—including harmful, dehumanizing stereotypes. Fortunately, certain helpful public...
The Terrain of Spatial Justice
Racism is built into places. It shapes who can live where, how resources are distributed, who gets a say over what happens in places, and more. Places in the United States reflect, perpetuate, and...
Navigating Cultural Mindsets of Race and Place in the United States
The places where we live shape our lives. Structural racism has shaped and continues to shape where and how Americans live.