I apologize that I have been “off-the-grid” for the last couple of weeks, but I am resuming my schedule of publishing at least one blog post each week committed to anti-racism. Today’s awesome website, the Anti-Racist Resource Guide, is brought to you by Victoria Lynn Alexander, who is a Ph.D. student at the University of Maryland. As Alexander explains on the home page, “Within this guide, please find a variety of resources to explore practical ways to understand, explain, and solve seemingly intractable problems of racial inequity, white supremacy, police violence, and injustice.”
The site is well-organized into categories, as you can see from the screen-shot below.
Each button will lead you to a concise document that offers numerous links and suggestions for that particular sub-topic. The documents are concise and thoughtfully designed with meaningful information and examples. Alexander plans to continue updating the site as new resources become available. There is a lot to unpack here, but Alexander does a great job at keeping it from becoming overwhelming.
Just in case you missed my other posts specifically targeting racism, here is the list so far:
- Systemic Racism Explained
- Stamped Digital Readers Notebook
- Brainpop: Black Lives Matter Protests
- 21-Day Challenge
- When Your “President” Says “Kung Flu”
- Texts for Talking About Race
- I Don’t See Color
Also, for more amazing anti-racism resources, check out the Live Binder curated by Joy Kirr.
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Thanks for the tag, Terri – I had this in the LiveBinder, but the link was wrong! (At least it showed the new link you shared.) Thanks again! This one is a helpful one, for sure!