One Nation Indivisible was a project of PRRAC and the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School. The project wrapped in 2016 with the publication of Integration Nation: Immigrants, Refugees, and America at it’s Best by Susan Eaton.
One Nation Indivisible sought to harness the power of storytelling and strategic organizing to support and celebrate people struggling to create, sustain and improve racially, culturally, linguistically and socioeconomically integrated schools, communities, workplaces, as well as social institutions. The stories served as counterweights to the racial, cultural and linguistic divisions in American classrooms, neighborhoods, workplaces and other social institutions.
One Nation Indivisible was made possible through grants from: the Norflet Progress Fund; W.K. Kellogg Foundation; the William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund; the Ford Foundation (In collaboration with Dr. Jennifer Holme, Dr. Kara Finnigan, and Myron Orfield, who were engaged in a Ford-sponsored nationwide study of interdistrict school desegregation and regionalism).
For more information, please visit the One Nation Indivisible website.
Select One Nation Indivisible Stories
- Utah’s Bilingual Boon: A Red State Embraces Linguistic Diversity (March 2014)
- Integration Ambassadors: A Grassroots Organization of Parents and Educators in Greater Hartford, Connecticut, Keeps Racial and Economic Diversity in Schools and on Agendas (October 2013)
- Why It Makes Sense: African Americans and Latinos in Pro-Immigrant Baltimore (February 2013)
- Upstream People: Can Nebraska Show a Separate, Unequal Nation a Better Way? (January 2013)
- Life in 98118: Seattle’s Rainier Valley – One of the Nation’s Most Diverse Zip Codes (November 2012)