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From the Department of Multicultural Life
Asian/Asian American Resources in response to COVID-19 – an ongoing working document to provide resources for Asian/Asian American identified individuals or groups that face hate crimes or discrimination in the wake of the pandemic.
From the Civic Engagement Center
Centering Black Lives – learn more about specific ways you can center Black lives in a manner that best fits your strengths, values, and interests using the social change wheel as a framework.
Recommended Reading from the Jan Serie Center for Scholarship and Teaching
Living in Minneapolis while black: How George Floyd’s city feels to me – Dara Beevas, New York Daily News
Your Black Colleagues May Look Like They’re Okay – Chances Are They’re Not – Danielle Cadet, Refinery29
Remember, No One is Coming to Save Us – Roxane Gay, New York Times
DeWitt Wallace Library Research Guides
American Studies: Getting Started
Black Community Resources
Resources for Black Mental Health – To Write Love on Her Arms
POC Online Classroom – founded by alum Abaki Beck ‘15, this resource aims to “amplify the voices of marginalized communities, educate others and ourselves on critical social justice issues, empower marginalized peoples, and incite change. Comment end ”
South Asians and Black Lives – Deepa Iyer, Medium
20+ Allyship Actions for Asians to Show Up for the Black Community Right Now – Michelle Kim, Medium
Jim Stewart’s Historical Tonic for Fragile White Folks – a series of sixteen mini-lectures by Professor Emeritus Jim Stewart. You can find more information about the series in this feature by the Mac Weekly.
75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice – Corinne Shutack, Medium
Anti-racism resources for white people – Google doc
Me And White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad – faculty, staff, and students who are part of the Unlearning White Supremacy cohort are using this book as a conversation and action guide for the 2020-2021 school year.
Race and Policing: History and Possibilities for the Future
Alumni webinar and Q&A with Duchess Harris, professor of American Studies
WBEZ – Root Causes of Recent George Floyd Protest
Duchess Harris, professor of American Studies
Big Questions Series: Why isn’t inclusion enough?
Marjorie Trueblood, Dean of Multicultural Life
Donna Maeda, Dean of the Kofi Annan Institute for Global Citizenship
Expanded Education Opportunities Program
Barbara Phillips ’71, Melvin Collins’ 75 with Brian Rosenberg