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 semi- regularly (when I remember my password).

inclusive cultures

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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 … 

For more ideas of how to facilitate uncomfortable conversations please go to Silence Breakers for White People in Cross-Racial Discussions



The Groundwater Approach (REI)

Difficult conversations about race make it easier to understand others’ reality

Should I Use The Adjective “Diverse”?

How America Spreads the Disease that is Racism by not Confronting Racist Family Members and Friends

Everything Is ‘Always About Race’ Because Racism Won’t Go Away

We Told Y’all: New Study Reveals How Every Phase of Criminal-Justice System Favors Whites

Stop peddling the black-on-black crime myth. These DOJ stats prove it’s not a thing.

I Was A Racist Cop

A Day in a Life: How Racism Impacts Families of Color [Infographic]

Anti-Racism and Restorative Justice Classroom Resources

Rachel Cargle Insists Rest is the Real Revolultion for Black Women

Chicago Isn’t Just Segregated, It Basically Invented Modern Segregation

Code-Switching Is Not Trying to Fit in to White Culture, It’s Surviving

Tell a Hijab from a Niqab With This Helpful Guide


Silence Breakers for White People in Cross-Racial Discussions

Understanding White Privilege

10 Defensive Reactions to White Privilege That Make No Damn Sense – But Are Super Common – Everyday Feminism

The Sugarcoated Language Of White Fragility

10 things every white teacher should know when talking about race

Why I Stopped Talking about Racial Reconciliation and Started Talking about White Supremacy

White People Assume Niceness is the Answer to Racial Inequality. It’s Not.

White Silence is Violence: How to be a White Accomplice

White Silence Is Not An Option

Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person

I Don’t Discuss Racism With White People

Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism–from Ferguson to Charleston

“Against All Odds” is Required Watching for White Progressives


Jen Fry TedxDuke: Radical Social Justice Education Through High Fives


13th Amendment- Netflix

Shouldn’t Sports be Colorblind?

How to train employees to have difficult conversations

A Tale of O on Diversity

We need to talk about an injustice

Does racism affect how you vote?

The freakonomics of crack dealing

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 and White Supremacy

Tim Wise: On White Privilege (Clip)

Understanding My Privilege

The Power of Privilege

Black Self/White World- Lessons on Internalized Racism

Your Privilege is Showing

I Am Not Your Asian Stereotype

No! You Cannot Touch My Hair!

The Missing Century of Black History in The Americas

White Men: Time to Discover Your Cultural Blind Spots

Confessions of a D Girl: Colorism and Global Standards of Beauty



CUltural appropriation




Implicit Bias


study guides/ Syllabuses