Evaluation, Community Collaboration, and Race: Lessons Learned from a Multicultural Project


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Changing a system or set of practices requires certain elements such as time, resources, and experience. What happens when you do not have enough of these elements? In this presentation, a multicultural team with diverse backgrounds and levels of experience discuss the challenges and successes of evaluating a community-based anti-racism project. Topics such as team formation, team relationships with the stakeholders, multi-level communication, team management, and clarity of the evaluand will be discussed. Participants will be asked to provide feedback for both an upcoming publication and AEA presentation. We encourage you to think critically about new approaches and/or adaptations to evaluation practices in light of meeting the needs of our increasingly multicultural society.


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