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Pathways to One America In The 21st Century: Promising Practices for Racial Reconciliation is a reference guide of race-based programs. Promising Practices are defined as efforts or programs intended to increase awareness of racial issues; improve the lives of individuals who are affected by past and present discrimination, or eliminate racial prejudice and discrimination from societal institutions such as workplaces, schools and retail institutions. These programs demonstrate what leaders at all levels of public and private life can do when they commit themselves to finding the common good across racial lines. Although this publication highlights only a fraction of the community efforts working towards improving race relations, they serve as examples of effective programs contributing to this country's on-going dialogue on racial reconciliation.

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