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Dismantling Racism Works Web Workbook
The Dismantling Racism Works Web Workbook is now offered as a resource to the community.
Race Policy History in Extension
This article, from Carmen Harris, explores the idea of race in the cooperative extension service.
AntiRacist Organizational Change: Resources for Nonprofits
This resource was prepared by Thulasy Lettner and Skye Louis with support from the Staff Collective at CommunityWise and members of the Anti-Racist Organizational Change Working Group and the Anti-Racist Organizational Change Advisory Group.
Resources to Promote Belonging and Inclusion
This resource guide streamlines your efforts to find advice, tools, and insights to help you navigate complex and difficult conversations and grow as advocates and educators. From The Afterschool Alliance, Every Hour Counts, and the National AfterSchool Association.
Critical Practices for Anti-Bias Education
This critical practices guide offers practical strategies for creating a space where academic and social-emotional goals are accomplished side by side. From Teaching Tolerance.
Project READY: Reimagining Equity & Access for Diverse Youth
This site hosts a series of free, online professional development modules for school and public youth services librarians, library administrators, and others interested in improving their knowledge about race and racism, racial equity, and culturally sustaining pedagogy.
Allies for Change
Allies for Change is a network of anti-oppression educators who share a passion for social justice and a commitment to creating and sustaining life-giving ally relationships and communities.
How to Survive a Difficult Conversation: raceAhead
This article, from Fortune, explores difficult conversations around race, culture, and inclusive leadership.
Combatting Implicit Bias in the Workplace
The Kirwan Institute at The Ohio State University presents their latest report Institutional Interventions to Prevent Implicit Bias from Undermining Organizational Diversity, written by the Victoria W. Jackson.
Civil Dialogue Resources & Toolkit
The Rapid Response Team has identified 40 resources that seem to be well-suited to the work of civil dialogue around race relations.
Study Shows How Children View Race Bias
CNN’s Anderson Cooper highlights a project that reveals how children view racial beliefs, attitudes and preferences.
Subconscious Racial Bias In Children
Anderson Cooper, of CNN, details a 7th grader whose answers to similar scenarios differ depending on the race of the characters.
Do Your Assumptions Affect How You Treat People?
It’s certainly easier to make assumptions about people than it is to spend time getting to know someone. We wanted to put assumptions to the test to see what we’re missing out on because we’re so busy assuming we already “know” a person.
Dr. Juanita Simmons, 2018 Impact Collaborative Summit
Presentation frpm Dr. Cleaver-Simmons at the 2018 Impact Collaborative Summit.
The Diversity Learning Organization
What are the foundational components of a diversity learning organization?
Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation
A framework for diverse learning environments from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
The Effects of Racial Trauma on Mental Health
The effects of racial trauma on mental health in the context of multiple harrowing deaths captured on TV and media from the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
How to Use Children’s Books to Talk About Race and Racism
Dr. Aisha White, Director of the P.R.I.D.E Program at University of Pittsburgh says picture books are a safe place to start when talking to children about race and racism. From PBS.