February 2, 2012
Last night ABC Nightline & World News with Diane Sawyer ran a feature story on families being shattered by immigration enforcement, citing ARC’s groundbreaking “Shattered Families” report, which offers the first national data on more than 5,000 children in foster care due to the detainment or deportation of their parents.  ARC projects another 15,000 children will face the threat of permanent separation from their families in the next five years. VIDEO:
January 25, 2012
January 25, 2012 (New York, NY) -- Early bird registration is open for the Applied Research Center’s 2012 Facing Race National Conference, to be held days after the presidential election, with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Díaz serving as keynote speaker. Register today at the early bird price of $175 for Facing Race, November 15-17, at the Baltimore Hilton in Maryland:
November 15, 2011
November 14, 2011 (New York, NY) – The national Drop the I-Word campaign ( today called for the AP Stylebook to cease use of the term “illegal immigrant.” Drop the I-Word is a public education campaign to eradicate the harmful term “illegals” and related words from public discourse, led by the Applied Research Center (ARC) and, and working in partnership with the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC) and its Somos/We Are Initiative, as well as various other institutions. Through individual and organizational endorsements, thousands of people have pledged to drop the i-word.
November 2, 2011
Un reporte nuevo por el Centro de Investigación Aplicada (ARC, por sus siglas en inglés) conservadoramente estima que hay mas de 5,000 niños cuyos padres han sido detenidos o deportados, que actualmente viven en cuidados de crianza temporal. Hasta la fecha no ha habido ningún otro dato nacional disponible acerca de los niños impactados por la intersección de la aplicación de leyes de inmigración y el sistema de bienestar infantil.
November 2, 2011
A new report from the Applied Research Center (ARC) conservatively estimates that there are more than 5,000 children currently living in foster care whose parents have been either detained or deported. To date, there has been no national data available on the numbers of children impacted by the intersection of immigration enforcement and child welfare systems.
June 8, 2011
June 8, 2011 (Washington, DC) -- Campus Progress and today announced the three grand prize winners of the 2011 National Keynote Contest. The contest, which was launched in April, called on young people to speak their minds about racial and social justice for a chance to win a free trip to Washington, DC on July 6 to address over 1,000 attendees at the 2011 Campus Progress National Conference.
June 7, 2011
June 7, 2011 (New York, NY) – Applied Research Center, the nation’s leading think tank on racial justice, today releases a 40-page study and accompanying video on the racial attitudes of young people, whom many pollsters and commentators have prematurely labeled as "post-racial."
March 21, 2011
NEW YORK, March 1, 2011— is thrilled to celebrate a remarkable year and plans for growth. Since launching as a daily news and analysis site in mid-2010, the site has grown exponentially, expanding audience by ten-fold, building vibrant community in social media and playing an active role in mass media discussions. All of this allows to achieve its core mission: introducing a mass audience to new ideas and solutions for bringing about racial justice.
September 15, 2010

September 15, 2010 (New York, NY) – A new, landmark study on the relationship between racial justice organizations and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities finds the lack of resources, funding, and community support are obstacles to engagement. The study, titled, “Better Together: Research Findings on the Relationship between Racial Justice Organizations and LGBT Communities,” was produced by Applied Research Center (ARC) in partnership with the Arcus Foundation.

August 24, 2010
August 24, 2010 (New York, NY) – Applied Research Center, the nation’s leading think tank on race, is thrilled to present Facing Race 2010, the largest multi-racial gathering of leaders, educators, journalists, advocates and activists on racial justice in the country. With a comprehensive lineup of presentations and workshops covering a breadth of racial justice issues, prestigious speakers,and expected numbers of more than 1,000 participants, Facing Race is the nation’s premier conference on racial justice, to be held September 23-25 at the McCormick Hyatt Regency in Chicago, IL.
April 27, 2010

mommywhyskincolorcrime.jpgApplied Research Center releases statement condemning SB 1070 as an attack on immigrants and communities of color.

April 13, 2010
   “Pushed Out and Pushing Back in New Orleans” Reveals the Fight for Housing as a Human Right 
March 24, 2010



Navajo Advocates Lead Community in Historic Shift Away from Coal

March 24, 2010
commute_cover.jpgNew York Communities of Color Mobilize to Win Transportation Access
February 17, 2010
national_rc_cover.jpgSolving Racial Issues in Our Own Backyard

‘Racing the Statehouse’ Finds States Can Take Action to Address Racial Inequity

February 10, 2010
ca_rc_2009_cover_small.jpgSenate Meets on Budget, But California Lawmakers Already Failed the Grade

ARC Publishes Fifth Edition of California Legislative Report Card On Racial Equity

January 18, 2010
obama.jpgARC Experts Available to Comment on MLK, Race Relations and Obama Anniversary
November 19, 2009
la_cover.jpgNew Report Highlights L.A. Initiative to Boost Green Jobs for Communities of Color
November 10, 2009

ARC releases guide to ensure shared benefits from the green economy