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AARPCV and Racial Injustice
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Resource DescriptionResource TypeWebsite Link (If Applicable)Contact Info (If Applicable)Your Name
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One Person, No Vote by Carol AndersonBook that is about voter suppression efforts and especially looks at voter suppression tactics since the 2013 Supreme Court rulingWill Carnright
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The Color of Law by Richard RothsteinBook that is about redlining (both de facto and de jure) and about the economic impacts. This book is more historical in nature and does an amazing job of going into the history of redlining. However, it is not comprehensive and does not look at some of the other long-term impacts associated with these practices such as health disparities and environmental justice.Will Carnright
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The New Jim Crow by Michelle AlexanderBook that goes into the war on drugs and the ways it has been wielded against black and brown communities. Dives into the ways in which politics and legislation have imposed the war on drugs on communities and the impacts of this.Will Carnright
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Imani DavisPotential Speaker - She's a RPCV and current PC employee - heard her speak at an NPCA Event - A Moment to Lean In: Courageous Conversations on Racial Equity in International Service - don't know her personally, just thought she was a good speakerRachel Murray
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Election information Search engine for elections, candidates, and current issuesIsidewith.comVeronica Karwoski
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Election information Database for elections by addressVote411.orgVeronica Karwoski
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newgeorgiaproject.org
Ciara Castenell
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Aimee Castenell, Working Families PartyShe could speak on voter supression in Georgia and other systematic racism in our electionscastenell@gmail.com
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Anti-racist Book ClubI facilitate a monthly anti-racist book club where we read BIPOC authors, meet on Google Meet, and wrap up each discussion with actionable items. If you're intersted in starting your own, feel free to reach out. We can share ideas. carolinecassard@gmail.comCaroline Cassard
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13th (documentary)A documentary that takes an in-depth look at the US prison system and how it reveals the nation's history of racial inequality and how it drives the high rate of incarceration in America.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krfcq5pF8u8
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Indivisible GAVoter Registration Groupsrachel.murray.727@gmail.comRachel Murrey
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Georgia 55 ProjectVoter Registration Groupsrachel.murray.727@gmail.comRachel Murrey
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New Georgia ProjectVoter Registration Groupsrachel.murray.727@gmail.comRachel Murrey
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Fair FightVoter Registration Groupsrachel.murray.727@gmail.comRachel Murrey
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159 Georgia TogetherVoter Registration Groupsrachel.murray.727@gmail.comRachel Murrey
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Fair Fight Action GAPoll Observerhttp://bit.ly/FFApollObserverAmalia B Stephens
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Failed Promises (Edited by David Konisky)A collection of essays evaluating the federal government's response to Executive Order 12898 and more broadly environmental justice issues. It covers a variety of topics from the EPA's response in a number of areas to the way the federal courts have responded to environmental justice and the way in which Alexander vs. Sandoval (2001) defanged Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, so that environmental justice plaintiffs were unable to present cases unless they could prove intentional discrimination (which is an absurdly high burden of proof).Will Carnright
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How Good People Fight Bias: The Person You Mean to Be by Dolly ChughA book by a social psychologist that begins by examining unconscious bias and how while we all believe in equality, diversity, and inclusions sometimes our actions say otherwise. Sometimes we fail to stand up for what we believe in. Using a variety of research in the field of social psychology, Dr. Chugh examines the bias and discrimination that exists in the everyday and looks at the ways in which we can fail to stand up to them, looking at the need to examine ourselves and whatever privileges and blindspots we possess to go from "believers" to "builders" in the fight for racial justice and equality. The book covers a variety of other topics including how to be a better ally, with the end of the book being focused on what we can do both on a micro-level in our conversations and day-to-day interactions and on a macro-level with a discussion on the need to break the norm, protest, and march in order to inspire real change. Will Carnright
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