Antiracist Learning Opportunities
Resources for Anti-Racism
As the Division of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement (DICE) receives inquiries from colleagues across campus about how to meaningfully respond to the current unrest built on centuries of anti-black violence, we have begun to compile articles and other resources to help you be informed and better equipped to engage on this topic (understanding that a number of community members have already been engaging in this work). We also hope the resources we have assembled will inspire you to begin or continue disrupting anti-black racism in organizational settings as well as in your daily life. We encourage you to use the list below to expand your knowledge on anti-blackness and systemic racism, look into forms of meaningful allyship, and come to learn some of the organizations that are deeply committed to this work. (In compiling this list DICE’s goal is not to endorse but rather provide resources based on the inquiries we receive). If you would like further guidance on transforming knowledge to practice after engaging in critical self-reflection, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Webinar or YouTube Series
Historical and Contemporary Contexts
Work of the Ruth J. Simmons Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, Brown University
Leading Departments and Supporting Team Members
Information on Allyship
Organizations Confronting Anti-Black Racism in the U.S.