Global History of Racism
This site includes mostly resources from the United States with a few from other countries, mostly Canada. It is useful to see a variety of other examples of how race has been constructed among other countries and governance models, as well as to understand U.S. history in the context of broader trends. This section, still being developed, provides overviews of the history of racism within different countries from various viewpoints. Additions are needed.
- Black In Latin America
- Canada's First Nations: A Legacy of Institutional Racism
- The Anti-Apartheid Struggle in South Africa (1912-1992)
- About Racism - Timeline
- Beyond Racism: embracing an Interdependent World - Brazil, South Africa and the United States
- The Historical Origins and Development of Racism
- Have The Demands Of The March On Washington Been Met?
- CARICOM Reparations Ten-point Plan
- Racial Dynamics in Bermuda in the 21st Century: Progress and Challenges
- How White People Got Made
- Slavery, Democracy, and the Racialized Roots of the Electoral College
- Legacies of British Slave Ownership