The Anti-racist Identity Collection brings together resources that highlight the key characteristics of an anti-racist identity such as Cosmopolitanism, Cultural Humility, Inclusivity, Inter-faith Dialogue, Solidarity, Witness-bearing (Christian), and more. Scholarly definitions, the global history and the heterogeneity of anti-racism are also included here. Resources in this collection offer tools to combat racism and critiques of anti-racism.
Talking to Kids About Racism and Justice: a list for parents, caregivers & educators (Oakland Public Library, Listen, Learn, Participate: a #BlackLivesMatter Resource Series)
This is a list with brief but helpful descriptions of children's books on race and justice arranged by reading level (Babies and toddlers, Pre-K-2nd, 3rd-6th, 7th and up), articles (some with teacher and parent perspectives), videos and multimedia,…
Anti-racism scholar Alana Lentin's lecture on anti-racism; what it is, history, relation to institutional and structural racism (state racism) and the importance of studying anti-racism.
Anti-racism scholar Alana Lentin argues that postracialism is a simplistic misappropriation of the call to work to the end of race/racism since it does not believe that structures and strictures of race don't exist. Racism has come to mean everything…