In the link in our bio on Instagram we have been keeping an extensive and updated list of guides, resources, calls to action, and education sources for Anti-Racism work. To view our current list of action items CLICK HERE for our Linktree. This list is being regularly updated.
As an organization, we are making changes from the top down on how we approach community and events. We are also partnering with other organizations who are leaders in the Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity space. If you are a member of this community, we invite you to do this work alongside of us. If you're a member through our website, these materials would've been emailed to you as well.
Have a resource or a learning guide that you would like to add here? Email us with the info source at email@example.com.
If you're just getting started in Anti-Racism work, we suggest starting with this link entitled Anti-Racism For Beginners. http://antiracismforbeginners.com/.
"If you share the guide, please make sure you are also personally using this guide to educate yourself. Sharing alone does not create change. Also, instead of sharing my Instagram handle when you do share this guide, please consider sharing the handles of the many black educators and activists who are listed at the bottom. While MG created the original version of this guide, she'd prefer to keep the focus on black, social justice educators who have made it their life's work to educate others about these topics. As such, this guide is under new leadership by the great Tiffany Bowden, PhD in Diversity and Inclusion. Tiffany will be updating the guide as needed, and you can visit her website here or follow her here.
Contained in the guide is common questions & definitions:
What is white privilege?
What is systemic racism?
What is white fragility?
What does it mean if you stay silent about racism?
How does White Feminism exclude women of color?
How do I talk to my kids about racism?
How do I talk about this stuff with people who disagree / are racist?
What are microaggressions and how are they harmful?
Resources to learn from:
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