Throughout the country, grassroots organizations are at work in communities large and small promoting racial justice and improved race relations. While their broad aims are often the same, many of these groups differ in their philosophies and employ widely differing methodologies. Too often, these groups avoid collaboration, foregoing the advantages it would bring because they are unable to see beyond their particular perspectives. “Cultivating Interdependence” is a guide for changing that dynamic. It builds on the anti-racism and related concepts outlined in “Holding Up the Mirror,” its predecessor volume. The guide also incorporates practical insights gleaned from the many community groups that attended the Joint Center's four how-to forums (directed by the NABRE program), and offers specific recommendations on working with grantmakers. Includes worksheet and handout materials that are easily reproducible.