Applied Reframing Initiative
With this project, our goal is a simple one: to produce and deliver effective, accessible public education tools to members of civil society who are advocates for racial justice in general and affirmative action in particular.
If you would like to download a copy of any password protected files, please request access by e-mailing email@example.com.
TRACK METAPHOR ANIMATED FILM>>
Access our wildly popular animated film exploring structural racism and affirmative action.
PUBLIC EDUCATION EVENTS >>
Access a collection of our past and future Public Education events with information and media for each event.
THE WORKSHOP EXPERIENCE >>
Learn about the workshops that we put on and find out how you can bring AAPF to your organization.
PRIMERS AND WORKBOOKS >>
Download a PDF copy AAPF’s comprehensive booklet on Intersectionality, including the essay “What Kind of Ally are You?” by Kimberlé Crenshaw
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION RESOURCE LIBRARY >>
A set of advocacy resources, including publications from AAPF co-founders, primers/presentations, an easily sharable animation film of “The Unequal Opportunity Race” and helpful links.
MYTHS AND TRUTHS SERIES >>
This 13- part series provides listeners with a guided tour of the current controversy about affirmative action. Each installment in this sequential series is structured to explore a widely held belief or assertion about affirmative action.
ENGAGING YOUTH AUDIENCES >>
The African American Policy Forum has created a special comic strip presentation – as a companion to the animated film version – to help younger audiences visualize and understand affirmative action. By using a track metaphor, AAPF attempts to illustrate the struggles to advancement across racial and social-class lines.