50 Ways to Fight Bias (Lean In) The cards highlight more than 50 specific examples of bias against women at work, encourage participants to brainstorm solutions together, and offer research-backed recommendations for what to do.
The World's Most Basic Guide to Contacting Your Reps (Vice) If you want to take action against police brutality, this is an easy place to start.
How to Support the Struggle Against Police Brutality (The Cut) Organizations to donate to, and other actions to take to help demand justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other victims of police violence.
Guidelines for Diversity & Inclusion in Crisis Juan E. Gilbert, PhD, Department Chair of the Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE) Department at the University of Florida, shares his foundational practices for navigating diversity and inclusion in crisis.
Racism Is a Public Health Crisis, Say Cities and Counties (PEW) Being black is bad for your health. And pervasive racism is the cause.
Racism and Health (American Public Health Association) Racism structures opportunity and assigns value based on how a person looks. The result: conditions that unfairly advantage some and unfairly disadvantage others. Racism hurts the health of our nation by preventing some people the opportunity to attain their highest level of health.
Breaking the Silence: Time to Talk About Race and Racism (Academic Medicine) The authors argue that before any curriculum on race and racism can be developed for health professions students, and before faculty members can begin facilitating conversations about race and racism, faculty must receive proper training through intense and introspective faculty development.
Remembering Freddie Gray: Medical Education for Social Justice (Academic Medicine) The authors propose that medical school curricula should address such concerns through an explicit pedagogical orientation. Antiracist pedagogy and the concept of structural competency—to construct a curriculum oriented toward appropriate care for patients who are victimized by extremely challenging social and economic disadvantages and who present with health concerns that arise from these disadvantages.
Justice in June (JusticeinJune.org) This resource was compiled by Autumn Gupta with Bryanna Wallace's oversight for the purpose of providing a starting place for individuals trying to become better allies. Choose how much time you have each day to become more informed as step one to becoming an active ally to the black community.
75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice (Medium) Achieving racial justice is a marathon, not a sprint. Our work to fix what we broke and left broken isn’t done until Black folks tell us it’s done.
Social Justice Standards (Teaching Tolerance) The Social Justice Standards are a road map for anti-bias education at every stage of K–12 instruction. Comprised of anchor standards and age-appropriate learning outcomes, the Standards provide a common language and organizational structure educators can use to guide curriculum development and make schools more just and equitable.
Teaching Hard History: American Slavery (Teaching Tolerance) Most students leave high school without an adequate understanding of the role slavery played in the development of the United States—or how its legacies still influence us today. In an effort to remedy this, we developed a comprehensive guide for teaching and learning this critical topic at all grade levels.