Anti Racism Resources
More and more organizations are providing resources to take active role in undoing racism and being an anti-racist. These resources take you beyond self-education and connect readers to action and advocacy.
- Coded Language Is Part of Our Racist Education System: Explore this article on how coded language can contribute to spreading racist beliefs.
- National Museum of African American History and Culture Releases "Talking About Race" Web Portal: Need help exploring issues of race, identity, and racism? Look no further than this online resource.
- #BlackintheIvory: a hashtag that became a rallying cry for Black academics: Wondering what it's like for Black academics in higher education? Explore this article from the Boston Globe that highlights the experiences reflected through the #BlackintheIvory hashtag.
- Racism Is Terrible. Blackness Is Not: Explore this article on the experiences of what it means to be Black in America.
- Three Words. 70 Cases. The Tragic History of 'I Can't Breathe': Explore the devastating history of 'I Can't Breathe.'
- A reading list on issues of race: Harvard faculty recommend the writers and subjects that promote context and understanding of racism in the US. (The Harvard Gazette)
- 5 Ways to Approach Racial Equity at Work: Wondering how to promote racial equity within the workplace? Check out this article. (PBS News Hour)
- What managers should—And shouldn’t—Do to address this: What changes need to be made in the workplace to support workers of color? (CNBC)
- A “Forgotten History” Of How The U.S. Government Segregated America: Need a history refresher? Explore how the past and the present connect with segregation in America. (NPR)
- Racism is a deadly virus, too: A public health defense of these mass protests: This article explores how racism serves as an individual virus as deadly as COVID-19. (The Daily News)
- Why America can’t escape its racist roots: Explore how United States’ history is intertwined with racism and white supremacy. (The Harvard Gazette)
- The economic impact of closing the racial wealth gap: Explore how the racial wealth gap influences societal structures. (McKinsey & Company)
- An antiracist reading list: This list provides a comprehensive guide of anti-racist literature (The New York Times)
- How to support #blm protesters in every city: Use this resource to explore ways to support protesters across the country. (PAPER)
- Delusions of progress: Tracing the origins of the police in the slave patrols of the old south: History informs the present: this article provides an overview of the history of the police and its connections to the slave patrols of the past. (It's Going Down)
- Prison culture » essential reading: Selected by Mariame Kaba, explore this list of important reading that highlights the interconnected issues of race and racial justice. (Prison Culture)
- Policy platforms: This list of policy briefs provides an overview of issues relating to Black lives and anti-racist movements. (M4BL)
- Native American Anti-Racism Resources: Here are Native Americans - book lists, websites, video clips, music/songs, curriculum ideas, and other resources. (Compiled & reviewed by Claudia A. Fox Tree, M.Ed) (Arawak)