This guide provides resources about racial justice in the United States including information about national social justice organizations, local social justice organizations and government entities, resources for protesters and research resources including databases, books, law reviews and journals.
The authors of books on this list come from a variety of units across ASU, and the titles include both fiction and nonfiction. Many of the books on the list also have a gender focus.
A curated list of LGBTQIA+ and anti-racism books for kids, teens, and adults.
Be an agent of change. Fight racism. Explore helpful resources in the areas of mental health, employment, education and more.
A reading list of nonfiction books that can help you understand where we are right now, how we got here, and where we can go next.
The site will collect resources that you can use for your teaching, to acknowledge and address the history, theory and literature that can contextualize what has led to the activism in the US around racism in the summer of 2020.
We've compiled a list of books, films and podcasts about systemic racism, acknowledging that they are just books, films and podcasts. You'll find research on how racism permeates everything from the criminal justice system to health care.
This is a working document for scaffolding anti-racism resources. The goal is to facilitate growth for white folks to become allies, and eventually accomplices for anti-racist work.
This website provides pedagogical resources for teachers who want to address the global history of slavery and captivity during the medieval period, broadly defined.
The NEH Created Equal project uses the power of documentary films to encourage public conversations about the changing meanings of freedom and equality in America. The four films that are part of this project tell the remarkable stories of individuals who challenged the social and legal status quo, from slavery to segregation.