This section provides general lists and bibliographies from different organizations, including curated references for educators, faith-based groups, and specific issues (e.g. Ferguson uprising, somatics), as well as syllabi and curricula, plus other multimedia content (e.g. videos). In addition, there are resources for anyone who wants to delve into racial equity concepts, including free materials, plus books and other content which are available at a cost. We encourage people to follow copyright laws and restrictions indicated by the authors and to cite sources accordingly. As you choose new resources to read and/or use, please see these tips on reviewing resources with a racial equity lens.
“For we have, built into all of us, old blueprints of expectations and response, old structures of oppression, and these must be altered at the same time as we alter the living conditions which are a result of those structures.”
~ Audre Lorde, Writer, Poet, Activist
What It Takes to Be Racially Literate – Priya Vulchi and Winona Guo, TED
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