The Anti-racism Digital Library serves as a clearinghouse for information resources about people, groups, and projects who are building inclusive and caring communities. Anti-racism can be defined as some form of focused and sustained action, which includes inter-culturalinter-faithmulti-lingual and inter-abled (i.e. differently abled) communities with the intent to change a system or an institutional policypractice, or procedure which has racist effects. Read more...

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What Do We Mean by “Ethnicity” and “Race”? A Consensual Qualitative Research Investigation of Colloquial Understandings

Abstract: Lack of clarity and questionable congruence between researcher and participant understandings of ethnicity and race challenge the validity…

What Census Calls Us

Interactive timeline showing different race, ethnicity and origin categories used in the U.S. decennial census, from the first one in 1790 to the…

The Changing Categories the U.S. Census Has Used to Measure Race

Article from the Pew Research Center discussing the varying ways in which the U.S. government has counted Americans over time. Racial categories,…

Arise My Fair One: Journeying with the Divine Beloved in Dark Times

FarleyWendyCompanionsTalk2020.pdf

This is the text of a talk given by Dr. Wendy Farley at the Companions on the Inner Way Retreat, August 2020. 17 pages unnumbered. 5,146 words. Full…