YWCA’s Stand Against Racism is an annual event to acknowledge our commitment to combating racism and a reminder of the work that still needs to be done. Expand your understanding of the lasting impacts of racism and the evolution of anti-racism with help from these resources.
What is Anti-Racism, and how to be Anti-Racist
- 'Not Racist' Is Not Enough: Putting In The Work To Be Anti-Racist
- What Does It Mean To Be Anti-racist?
- So You Want to Talk About Race by 2021’s Stand Against Racism keynote, Ijeoma Oluo
- Anti-Racism: What is anti-racism, and why does it matter?
- The best books on racism you can read for free right now
- Anti-racist reading list from Ibram X. Kendi
- Center for Racial Justice in Education reading list
- Talking About Race: Being Anti-Racist
- Black History Month An Anti-Racism Reading List
- Racial Justice, Racial Equity, and Anti-Racism Reading List - with additional article and podcast recommendations
Resources from YWCA:
- What is Intersectionality, and why does it matter?
- Types of Racism: Internal, Interpersonal, Institutional, and Structural
- Antiracism in the Workplace: How To Move From Words to Action
- Why we use BIPOC
- More Anti-Racism Resources
- Stand Against Racism Resources
- What's the difference between Ally and Accomplice?
- Uncomfortable conversations with a Black man
- What is systemic racism?
- Life on the margins: “We the People”
- The difference between being “not racist” and anti-racist
- How anti-racism is a treatment for the “cancer” of racism
- TED Talks to help you understand racism in America
- 10th Annual Stand Against Racism with Ijeoma Oluo
- Code Switch
- Pod Save the People
- Silence Is Not an Option
- Pod for the Cause
- Intersectionality Matters!
- Today, Explained
Join the conversation and take collective action for equity by registering four our Stand Against Racism Event.
Ana Rodriguez-Knutsen is the Content Specialist for YWCA's Marketing & Editorial team. From fiction writing to advocacy work, Ana works with an intersectional mindset to uplift and amplify the voices of underrepresented communities.
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Wed, 04/26/2023 - 09:00