Ok people! I know it is tough out there trying to navigate through the scary world wide web for resources on race and diversity. Luckily, I like you and want to help you learn how to be a better ally, how to understand whiteness and privilege, how to be antiracist, and how to start conversations with your kids about race. Go through the resources and read or watch a few of them. The insight you gain will help you when in conversations with people about these subjects. It will allow you to have better answers to race-based questions people will pose. Enjoy and this will be updated regularly.
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Now looking for next steps? Are you in need of more language to help facilitate uncomfortable conversation such as:
1. I’m really nervous/scared/uncomfortable saying this and/but …
2. From my experience/perspective as (identity) …
3. I’m afraid I may offend someone, and please let know if I do, but …
4. It feels risky to say this and/but …
13th Amendment- Netflix
Color blind or color brave?
How to overcome our biases? Walk boldly toward them
How to raise a black son in America
The urgency of intersectionality
Get comfortable with being uncomfortable
Implicit Bias — how it affects us and how we push through
How microaggressions are like mosquito bites
We need to talk about an injustice
25 Mini-Films for Exploring Race, Bias and Identity With Students
When to Take a Stand and When to Let It Go?
‘Against All Odds’ Is Required Viewing for White Progressives – Talk Poverty
Jane Elliott speaks on racism white supremacy
Tim Wise: On White Privilege (Clip)
We all have implicit biases. So what can we do about it?
Unpacking the biases that shape our beliefs