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Fighting for Racial Justice and Unlearning White Supremacy Resources

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ACTIONS/SOLUTIONS:

Movement for Black Lives Demands for federal action from the COVID 19 crisis

Systemic Solutions Pathway:

BOOKS (click title to access more info):

(Collections)

ARTICLES (click on name to access)

VIDEOS:

Films and TV series to watch:

        Extensive Resource Library on Whiteness and Racism

13th (Ava DuVernay) — Netflix

Organizations/Activists to follow on social media:

@campaignzero

PODCASTS:

OTHER RESOURCE COLLECTIONS TO CHECK OUT:

PIPELINE LEARNING PROGRAMS FOR POC:

PUBLIC HEALTH ADVOCACY:

SELF-CARE RESOURCES FOR POC:

TIPS ON GENERAL ENGAGEMENT:

  1. Listen more; talk less. You don’t have to have something to say all of the time. You don’t have to post something on social media that points to how liberal/how aware/how cool/how good you are. You are lovely, human, and amazing. You have also had the microphone for most of the time, for a very long time, and it will be good to give the microphone to someone else who is living a different experience than your own.

ONE-ON-ONE:

ALLYSHIP AND ACCOMPLICESHIP- KEYS AND DISMANTLING MYTHS:

KEY ONE- EDUCATION: Being an ally requires you to educate yourself about systemic racism in America. Educate yourself through content that illuminates the oppression and structures of white supremacy and white privilege. “Use your voice and influence to direct the folks that walk alongside you in real life (or follow you on the internet), toward the voice of someone that is living a marginalized/disenfranchised experience” (Courtney Ariel).

KEY TWO- FOUNDATION OF ALLYSHIP:

KEY THREE- FOUNDATION OF ACCOMPLICESHIP

KEY FOUR- DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ALLYSHIP AND ACCOMPLICESHIP

KEY FIVE- ALLYSHIP/ACCOMPLICESHIP IN THE WORKPLACE:

LANGUAGE MINDFULNESS:

EDUCATION OF SELF:

FOR HS EDUCATORS:

FOR ELEMENTARY/MS EDUCATORS:

All Grades:

- Array 101 Never Stop Learning Program (criminal justice system inequities)

GENERAL EDUCATION:

KIDS:

HIRING:

POLICY ACTION- INSTITUTIONAL:

CLASS-BASED ALLIANCES:

ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM AND PUBLIC HEALTH DISPARITIES:

INTERPERSONAL ACTION:

SPREADING AWARENESS:

DISMANTLING WHITE SUPREMACY MENTAL COMPLEXES:

  1. ‘Colorblindness’:
  1. White Savior Complex:

  1. White Exceptionalism:
  1. White Fragility

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Sources

Ariel, Courtney. “For Our White Friends Desiring to Be Allies.” Sojourners, 29 May 2020, sojo.net/articles/our-white-friends-desiring-be-allies 

Shutack, Corinne. “75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice.” Medium, Equality Includes You, 3 June 2020, medium.com/equality-includes-you/what-white-people-can-do-for-racial-justice-f2d18b0e0234.

Flicker, Sarah S., and Alyssa Klein. “Anti-Racism Resources for White People.” Google, docs.google.com/document/u/0/d/1BRlF2_zhNe86SGgHa6-VlBO-QgirITwCTugSfKie5Fs/mobilebasic.

“Black Like We Never Left.” M4BL, m4bl.org/.

“Black Lives Matter at School - Resources.” NEA EdJustice, 23 Jan. 2020, neaedjustice.org/black-lives-matter-school-resources/.

Kuja, Ryan. “6 Harmful Consequences of the White Savior Complex.” Sojourners, 10 Mar. 2020, sojo.net/articles/6-harmful-consequences-white-savior-complex.

“Me and White Supremacy.” C-span, www.c-span.org/video/?468915-1%2Fme-white-supremacy.

Saad, Layla F. Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor. Sourcebooks, 2020.

DiAngelo, Robin J. White Fragility: Why It's so Hard for White People to Talk about Racism. Allen Lane, an Imprint of Penguin Books, 2019.