Policy Analyst, Racial Equity and Justice



Justin Dorazio

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Justin Dorazio is a policy analyst for Racial Equity and Justice at American Progress. Prior to joining American Progress, he worked as a senior consultant in the government and public sector practice of Ernst & Young. There, he worked with the North Carolina Division of Public Health to lead a Federal Emergency Management Agency mass vaccination site and to plan the use of American Rescue Plan public health funding at the state and local levels, both with a focus on historically marginalized populations. He has also worked closely on operations and research with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, U.S. Department of Commerce, and U.S. Defense Health Agency. Dorazio graduated from Wake Forest University with a bachelor’s degree in business.


Localized Anti-Displacement Policies Report
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Localized Anti-Displacement Policies

As more investments enter disadvantaged communities, it is crucial that local policies stabilize current residents, ensure they benefit from expanded opportunity, and protect them from displacement.

Justin Dorazio

Fact Sheet: Advancing Equity Fact Sheet
A group of Black Lives Matter demonstrators protest about the minimum wage in New York City, July 2020.

Fact Sheet: Advancing Equity

This fact sheet summarizes a recent Center for American Progress report on the Biden administration’s efforts to advance racial equity through the federal government.

Lorena Roque, Justin Dorazio

Advancing Equity: Review of the Biden Administration’s Efforts in Its First Year To Implement a Racial Equity Agenda Report
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Advancing Equity: Review of the Biden Administration’s Efforts in Its First Year To Implement a Racial Equity Agenda

This report reviews the Biden administration’s key efforts and accomplishments to advance equity in its first year and outlines future policies needed to build a better and more dynamic nation that equitably respects the rights and meets the needs of all Americans.

Nicole Lee Ndumele, Lorena Roque, Justin Dorazio

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