The demand for racial equity has acquired greater intensity and urgency in recent years. Advocacy groups are demanding policies designed to address racial inequality in housing, the criminal justice system, and health care systems, among other areas. These proposals being put forth are different in critical ways that are both substantive and form-based. In some cases, proposal solutions argue for race-specific or race-targeted interventions; in others, they call for universalistic or economic class-based interventions.
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Article citation: john powell & Ned Conner, Form and Substance: Understanding Conceptual and Design Differences among Racial Equity Proposals and a Bold Application, 38 OHIO St. J. oN Disp. Resol. 13 (2023).