21 Day Equity Challenge: Michigan Edition Catalogue

In response to newly avaiable data on the wellbeing of households in our State who are Asset-Limited, Income-Constrained, and Employed (ALICE), United Ways across Michigan launched a special State edition of the 21 Day Equity Challenge. Each day will be catalogued below.

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Capture your daily reflections and actions using our activity log. Click here to download the log.

Day 1: Personal Racial Identity

Day 2: Understanding and Reflecting on Our Bias

Day 3: What is Privilege?

Day 4: Talking About Race is Challenging for Some. Here's Why.

Day 5: The Impact of Racial Trauma on Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color 

Day 6: Levels of Racism

Day 7: Opportunity in Michigan

Day 8: Segregation in Michigan

Day 9: Housing Inequity in Your Backyard

Day 10: How Your Race Affects Your Health

Day 11: Environmental Justice

Day 12: The Racial Wealth Gap and Financial Stability

Day 13: Behind the Starting Line- Racialized Outcomes in Early Childhood

Day 14: Education & School-Aged Children

Day 15: Adverse Childhood Experiences

Day 16: Equity and the LGTBQI+ Community