Senior Director, Racial Equity and Justice
We apply a racial equity lens in developing and advancing policies that aim to root out entrenched systemic racism to ensure everyone has an opportunity to thrive.
Centuries of government policies have systematically deprived communities of color of economic opportunity, leading to a persistent, growing racial wealth gap. CAP Action develops and advances policies to combat the root causes of the racial wealth gap and promote a more equitable, vibrant economy for all.
Long-standing racial and environmental injustices disproportionately expose communities of color to climate pollution. CAP Action develops and advocates for climate policies that ensure communities of color benefit from the transition to clean energy.
Structural racism causes inequities in health systems and disparities in health outcomes. It also negatively affects numerous social determinants of health. CAP Action develops and furthers policies to reduce racial disparities in health and foster more accessible, affordable, and equitable health systems.
Online disinformation and hate; white supremacist violence and rhetoric; and voter subversion and suppression undermine democracy and entrench systemic inequities. CAP Action develops policies to foster an effective, accountable, and representative democracy to meet the needs and improve the lives of all Americans.
The absolute dollar wealth gap between Black households and white households
CAP, “Eliminating the Black-White Gap Is a Generational Challenge” (2021).
People of color’s exposure to fine particulate matter emitted by almost every fossil fuel source
Science Advances, “PM2.5 polluters disproportionately and systemically affect people of color in the United States” (2021).
Hispanic or Latinos more likely to be hospitalized from COVID-19 than their white peers
CDC, “Risk for COVID-19 Infection, Hospitalization, and Death By Race/Ethnicity.”
Hate crimes in 2020 where a victim was targeted because of their race, ethnicity, or ancestry
FBI, “Hate Crime Statistics.”
A once-fringe conspiracy theory, made more prominent by leaders on the right, continues to violently divide the United States.
For decades, the U.S. economy has left LGBTQI+ individuals and their families behind, but the Biden-Harris administration can use its existing authority to uplift LGBTQI+ workers.
This week, Daniella sits down with Washington Center for Equitable Growth President and CEO Michelle Holder to discuss the economy, Ukraine, and Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings.
This week, Daniella speaks with directors Stanley Nelson and Traci Curry about their new documentary "Attica" and the reality of the American prison system.
Dr. Christina Greer joins "The Tent" to discuss President Joe Biden's Supreme Court nomination and the path forward for racial equity and justice.
Reviving Build Back Better requires Democrats to focus on the elements that will lower costs for American families and that can secure the necessary votes in Congress.
Daniella speaks with Kimberly Atkins Stohr of The Boston Globe about the future of the U.S. Supreme Court.
This week on “The Tent,” House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn (D-SC) joins Daniella to discuss the path forward on voting rights and the president’s economic and climate agenda.
Maine policymakers can improve the state’s economy and democracy by enacting these 10 recommendations to build worker power.