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Diversity, Race, and Reconciliation



75 Things White People Can do for Racial Justice

158 Resources to Understand Racism in America Smithsonian Magazine

Black Books Matter Childrens books celebrating Black Boys Each year, there are more children’s books published about animals than Black people. Black people have historically been, and continue to be, underrepresented, misrepresented, or invisible in children’s literature. Black male characters are even less visible, and even fewer still, are books reflecting positive and empowered depictions of Black boys.

Be the Bridge to Racial Unity Facebook Group

The Conscious Kid Library curated this list of 25 children’s books celebrating Black boys, in partnership with Moms of Black Boys United. These books center, reflect, and affirm Black boys, and were written and illustrated by Black authors and artists.

Feminist Killjoys (Sara Ahmed)

Gradient Lair  by Trudy – she shares specifically what it’s like as a black woman to go to Sephora – primarily discusses macroaggressions.

Just Peace website with helpful resources

The Middle Project So you want to change the world, and you’ve discovered it’s more difficult than you thought. At the Middle Project, we first start with ourselves. We begin with tools for greater self-awareness. (from the web site)

ProjectImplicit from Harvard - From the website:  “The Implicit Association Test (IAT) measures attitudes and beliefs that people may be unwilling or unable to report. The IAT may be especially interesting if it shows that you have an implicit attitude that you did not know about. For example, you may believe that women and men should be equally associated with science, but your automatic associations could show that you (like many others) associate men with science more than you associate women with science.”

Segregated Seattle at the UW Civil Rights and Labor History Project (I think this might be used in the In Context classes).

"Segregation Now”: Investigative news project from Nikole Hannah-Jones at Pro Publica on segregation in K-12 education 

Talking about race as an educator National Museum of African American History and Culture

Talking about race National Museum of African American History and Culture

Transforming Historical Harms by David Anderson Hooker & Amy Potter Czajkowski  a FREE resource 

White Privilege Resource Guide Peruse this site for a plethora of helpful resources (books, videos, tips, training, etc.