Why is Equity + Social Justice one of Adisa’s Verticals?
We are passionate about nurturing transformative change for groups marginalized by systems in the US. Adisa Communications’ Equity and Social Justice practice focuses on solving for inequities in homelessness, healthcare, housing, workforce development, and public education. Social justice and equity have been at the cornerstone of our work with government, nonprofits, and Fortune 500s over the past 26 years.
Why partner with Adisa on Social Justice + Equity Work?
We work with our clients to deliver culturally proficient communications and engagement campaigns based on a lens that empowers diverse communities. In addition to our company’s commitment to equity through ongoing staff training and professional development, we have a diverse team that embraces racial, ethnic, age, gender, and sexual orientation differences through our work with clients.
Identifying stakeholders and aligning issues with interests is the core of successful coalition-building efforts. Adisa Communications provides strategy and implementation around policy issues, voter education, and events to leverage partners around a common goal.
This proprietary tool takes insights gained from 20+ years of expertise and marries them with data to create strategy, messaging, and tools that resonate with your audience. We secure quantitative and qualitative research through a data-driven approach that allows you to trust the process used to gather insights and provide a clear path for future policies and decision-making for your organization.
Branding, Messaging, and Content
From creative concept development to logo design to launch, Adisa Communications provides an innovative design and messaging framework to ensure that your brand is seen, heard, and understood – with an equity lens. Achieve positive attention for the process through traditional and social media .
Adisa Communications helps organizations understand how to design and implement equity-based solutions within your organization effectively. We begin with a historical context that centers on race and its disproportionate implications for designing decision-making processes, programs, and policies.