21-Day Plan Community Adapters

Take a look at the creative adaptations people are bringing to the plan to make it work in their communties! If you have one to share, please forward it to debby@debbyirving.com or emj@theprivilegeinstitute.com so we can add it to the list.

Juvenile Justice Alternatives Initiative (JDAI) and the Annie E. Casey Foundation
Three things we love about this plan: 

  • 32 network members developed the plan in teams, each designing and introducing via a taped video one of the 21-Days.
  • Their IT capacity enabled a highly engaged, moderated online discussion forum.
  • The challenge reached 880 registered participants from 40 US states, two Canadian provinces, Mexico and Brazil.

Sustain Dane’s 21 Day Eco Equity Challenge
Three things we love about this plan:

  • This group populated their plan with resources specific to racial equity in their sector, environmental sustainiblity. 
  • The plan feeds participants a daily “to-do” suggestion.
  • The plan offers participants a shorter and longer time commitment challenge each day.

Charlotte Country Day School 21-Day Equity Challenge
Three things we love about this plan:

  • This group collaborated with their local online newspaper to invite community members to join in the challenge.
  • The plan offers particpants the choice to use their daily “to-do” prompt or take a daily à la carte approach using from the resources they’ve provided.
  • The plan lives online for broad access.

Food Solutions New England 21-Day Racial Equity Habity Building Challenge
Three things we love about this plan:

  • This group launched their plan with a webinar in which participants got to hear from previous plan users how they’d used it and adapted it, and what the impact was on their communties as well as on them individually.
  • The plan’s daily prompts ask participants to make connections between racial equitiy and their sector, the food system.
  • The plan’s website offers participants an online forum to share their reflections publicly.

Dr. Marguerite Penick-Park’s 14 Week Racial Equity Challenge
Three things we love about this plan:

  • Professor Penick-Parks adapted the plan to be in sync with her class schedule, a class that met weekly over the course of 14 weeks.
  • This challenge asks that students both write a reflection and include a visual for their weekly “to-do.”
  • See samples of her students’ work here and here.

Crossroads School / Silvia Salazar’s 21-Day Racial Equity Boot Camp
Three things we love about this plan: 

  • The user-friendly and enticing visual layout.
  • Inclusion of Group Agreements for discussion.
  • Password protected online discussion forum.