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Anti-Racism Resources and Readings: Home

What does it mean to be “antiracist”? The term emphasizes a proactive approach to combating racism in all its forms. That starts, as do so many social reforms, with the transformative power of education. This collection of reading, viewing, and listening material – while not nearly complete – provides a starting point for gaining a deeper understanding of this nation’s difficult racial history. To understand these issues more fully is to take the first step toward positive change.