Equity and Community Advocacy collaborates with community stakeholders in Central Texas by leveraging university research and resources through Historical and Cultural Preservation, Information Sharing, and Amplifying Community Advocacy.
The Community Classroom is a series of courses offered to community members and residents taught by UT faculty, staff and community partners. These classes are designed to marry theory and practice and to offer a specific skill, knowledge, or expertise to support the work of community members engaging with advocacy/activism efforts, or other community-based work.
The Community Housing Hub is a consortium of University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) students and faculty, along with Central Texas community members and advocates, dedicated to addressing housing inequity.
Designed to activate more than just dialogue, the Front Porch series connects UT research and resources with engaged community organizations and community members to identify strategies, align efforts, and foster collaborative relationships.
Inspired by the CCE’s Front Porch Gatherings, Conversations from the Front Porch features intimate, timely and candid conversations with experts who provide context for Austin’s community priorities to inform and inspire collaborative action.
As historical communities of color continue to experience mass displacement and inequitable access to services and resources, Equity and Community Advocacy is committed to working alongside them to preserve these rich and vital legacies.