Racial healing and racial justice organizations use a variety of strategies and approaches to achieve their goals. Some with very different approaches have similar goals for addressing structural racism, but have different views about how to stimulate change. To the extent that organizations share information about what their strategies are intended to accomplish and their short and long-term results, other groups can make good choices about which strategies to use, when, for what purposes and in what combinations. The strategy section contains examples of a number of strategies in action, plus relevant evaluations, tools, framework and other reports, and, where appropriate, a link to key sites for more information. For more insights and ideas about fitting strategies together in a plan of action, please refer to the section on Informing the Plan.