This toolkit is a collection of strategies, resources, and histories of and for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities. It strivesRead More
Understanding the history and impact race has on society can be overwhelming. Although some of the stories about race and racism took place many years ago, others have happened within our own lifetimes. The effects still linger to this day and can bring up feelings of pain and trauma. This page is meant to serve as a place for visitors to be connected to books, articles, videos, and other resources about race and how to talk about it. This will also be a place where new resources are added so be sure to check back for more!
Conceptualizing color-evasiveness: using dis/ability critical race theory to expand a color-blind racial ideology in education and society
Color-blind racial ideology has historically been conceptualized as an ideology wherein race is immaterial. Efforts not to ‘see’ race insinuate that recognizing race isRead More
New research shows that a rapidly-growing environmental science field—which measures nature's effects on human well-being—has a diversity problem that threatens its ability to makeRead More
These 26 charts show the extent of racial disparities in America, in areas like employment, wealth, education, home ownership, healthcare, and incarceration.Read More
This report reveals the history of forced sterilizations in NC and makes the argument that the living victims should be compensated.Read More