The Dismantling Racism Works Web Workbook is now offered as a resource to the community.
Race Policy History in Extensionnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:51:30+00:00
This article, from Carmen Harris, explores the idea of race in the cooperative extension service.
AntiRacist Organizational Change: Resources for Nonprofitsnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:46:49+00:00
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 [...]
Resources to Promote Belonging and Inclusionnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:45:21+00:00
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 [...]
Critical Practices for Anti-Bias Educationnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:43:38+00:00
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 Youthnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:41:08+00:00
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 [...]
Allies for Changenbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:29:13+00:00
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 [...]
How to Survive a Difficult Conversation: raceAheadnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:28:07+00:00
This article, from Fortune, explores difficult conversations around race, culture, and inclusive leadership.
Combatting Implicit Bias in the Workplacenbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:25:54+00:00
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 [...]
Civil Dialogue Resources & Toolkitnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:24:31+00:00
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 Biasnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:22:57+00:00
CNN's Anderson Cooper highlights a project that reveals how children view racial beliefs, attitudes and preferences.
Subconscious Racial Bias In Childrennbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:21:36+00:00
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?nbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:16:13+00:00
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 [...]
Dr. Juanita Simmons, 2018 Impact Collaborative Summitnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:14:03+00:00
Presentation frpm Dr. Cleaver-Simmons at the 2018 Impact Collaborative Summit.
The Diversity Learning Organizationnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:12:07+00:00
What are the foundational components of a diversity learning organization?
Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformationnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T05:10:37+00:00
A framework for diverse learning environments from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
The Effects of Racial Trauma on Mental Healthnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T03:23:24+00:00
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 [...]
How to Use Children’s Books to Talk About Race and Racismnbhenetadmin2021-07-24T00:21:09+00:00
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 [...]