Monthly list of anti-racism resources: February 2022

A short, digestible list of resources to guide you on your journey of understanding racism and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. A new list is published every month. Event: The Intersection: A Conversation On Gender, Class, And Victimization, Cleveland Public Library Event: Un-Design Environmental Injustice, NAACP Cleveland Branch Video: Top of the Game: Leadership,…

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Monthly list of anti-racism resources: January 2022

A short, digestible list of resources to guide you on your journey of understanding racism and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. A new list is published every month. Event: “Honest Conversations with Black Female Entrepreneurs,” Cleveland Public Library Event: “Creating Visibility to the Rising Victimization of Black Women and Girls,” DiversCITY Cleveland by Cleveland…

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Monthly list of anti-racism resources: December 2021

A short, digestible list of resources to guide you on your journey of understanding racism and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. A new list is published every month. Article: “Advancing Equity Through Feedback” by Leap of Reason Ambassadors Community Video: “Geographies of Racial Capitalism with Ruth Wilson Gilmore” by Antipode Foundation Self-guided learning: “Reckoning…

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Anti-Racism Resources August 2021

A short, digestible list of resources to guide you on your journey of understanding racism and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. A new list is published every month. Course: “Racial Equality and the Law” The University of Akron (register for this free course by August 29) Book: “The Sum of Us” Heather McGhee Podcast:…

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Anti-Racism Resources July 2021

A short, digestible list of resources to guide you on your journey of understanding racism and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. A new list is published every month. Podcast: “Seeing White” Scene on Radio (entire 2nd season) Article: “Ziwe Fumudoh Asks: ‘How Many Black People Do You Know?’” Sandra E. Garcia, The New York Times…

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