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Antiracism Resources

Anti Racism Pedagogy and Equity Based Learning Institute, American Cultures Center January 2021

Introduction

Much of this guide is based on the excellent Antiracism Resources guide by Gabby Womack of Merrimack College Library, which was inspired by the Simmons Library Anti-Oppression guide.  Many thanks to Ms. Womack for her incredible work and for permission to re-use.

From the original guide:

"The purpose of this Antiracism Resources guide is to provide faculty, staff, and students with a primer for understanding racism, antiracism, white privilege, allyship, and antiracist pedagogy.

Disclaimer:

In no way does this guide summarize the vast quantity of resources available. We welcome feedback and suggestions for this antiracism resources research guide.  Please email your suggestions to Corliss Lee at clee@library.berkeley.edu

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