Talking about race, although hard, is necessary. The National Museum of African American History and Culture is here to provide tools and guidance to empower your journey and inspire conversation.
A curated collection of anti-racist reading lists and resource guides—with links to articles, books, films, and more—to better understand systemic racism and ways to confront and dismantle it.
For 21 days, do one action to further your understanding of power, privilege, supremacy, oppression, and equity. This plan includes suggestions for readings, podcasts, videos, observations, and ways to form and deepen community connections.
A project of the Augusta Baker Endowed Chair at the University of South Carolina.
These recent poetry collections offer poignant narratives and snapshots of racial injustice in America, from lasting testaments of systemic violence to a public appeal for the vital work that remains to be done as the country confront its legacy of racism and exploitation.
Articles that explore our potential to reduce prejudice in society and in ourselves.
The United States has seen escalating protests over the past week, following the death of George Floyd while in custody of the Minneapolis police. Educators everywhere are asking how can we help students understand that this was not an isolated, tragic incident perpetrated by a few bad individuals, but part of a broader pattern of institutionalized racism.
This web-based workbook was originally designed to support the Dismantling Racism Works 2-day basic workshop. The workbook is now offered as a resource to the community.