Interested in becoming an active anti-racist? This resource guide attempts to provide a starting point to learn about anti-racism, the history of Blacks in America, intersectionality, and more.
Here you’ll be able to navigate through the ways Black lives are impacted by years of oppression – from the start of slavery to modern-day incarceration. There are also resources in how to raise an anti-racist child, how to begin your work as an anti-racist, and how to support the Black communities around you.
Find an area of interest that you’d like to become more actively involved in? Visit our Resources page to search by category to find organizations and funds you can support.
We’ll continue to add to these resources every week. Think there is something we’ve missed or didn’t get right? Feel free to contact us.
A Brief Intro to Racism: What Does Racism in America Mean?
Racism goes beyond what we typically view as the conventional definition of the term. Per Oxford Dictionary, racism is: “The inability or refusal to recognize the rights, needs, dignity, or…
Housing Segregation and Redlining in America: A Short History
It’s Time to Value Young Women of Color in Leadership
Brittany Packnett was raised in a tradition of social justice in St. Louis. Today, Brittany serves as Teach For America’s vice president of National Community Alliances and as an activist…