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Anti-Racism Resources

How to be an anti-racist. Educate yourself and others

Introduction

I was inspired to create this Anti-Racism Resource Guide after reading the article The Black Wealth Gap in The Week magazine (10/2/2020). Although briefly described, and not inclusive of such policies, the article is effective in developing an understanding of why many people are disenfranchised from the majority, white, wealth systems. 

My thought was that because this is a short article, more people might be inclined to read it. I believe it is very important to learn about the history of discrimination.

Many of these resources were recommended by my colleague in the Daniel Library, and many came from a document created by Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein in May 2020.

Please take a look at some or all of these resources. They will teach us and change us to make a better world.