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  • Collection: Anti-racist Identity

Tim Wise, anti-racist activist and author of White Like Me, talks to Google about addressing and deconstructing racism in institutions. Using Silicon Valley as an example he asks, is it a true meritocracy and is racism/sexism operating here? Ways in…

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This is a project by the American Anthropological Association that looks at race through three lenses: History, Science, and Lived Experience with videos and interactive timelines. It also has a Bibliography, Glossary and Resources (for families,…

30 minutes Listen. Download available. Debby Irving is a racial justice educator and author of the book Waking Up White. She talks about the way her world was shaken when she began understanding the extent to which her whiteness has been crucial to…

34 minutes Listen. An episode from Code Switch. Excerpt: What do kids want to talk about when it's just them and their thoughts? That's the question NPR's education team has set out to answer with the Student Podcast Challenge since it launched last…

"When you're fighting hatred, hatred's not the thing to use. " White Flour is a masterful retelling and poetic recounting of the Coup Clutz Clowns real-life, humor-filled action against a hate group's march (real-life event on May 26, 2007 when…

Zain, a Kuwaiti telecom company, debuted an anti-terrorism television ad on Saturday to usher in Muslim holiday — the holiest month in the Muslim calendar — Ramadan. Telecom firm Zain’s video advertisement discourages Muslims from becoming suicide or…