Resources To Confront Racism

Resources To Confront Racism

Resources To Confront Racism Against The Black Community And Being A Better Ally

There are lots of ways to get involved and learn about the depth of our racial issues ingrained not only in the United States but elsewhere around the world. We put together a list of resources to help you learn how to be actively anti-racist, learn about white privilege and support minority business owners.

Investing In The Black/ADOS Community

When it comes to building power, one way to do that is through building up the economy by spending money in black owned businesses and using black owned banks.
► Map of Black Owned Banks and Credit Unions
► OneUnited (Largest African American Owned Bank in USA)
► Shop For Products Sold By Black Businesses

Facilitating The Growth Of Anti-Racist Work

Resources such as books, podcasts, and other media that address racial issues as well as a variety of other useful links such as religious guides and content for youth.
► View On Google Docs (v1)
► View On Google Docs (v2)

Learn About White Privilege and White Fragility

“Accountability feels like an attack when you’re not ready to acknowledge how your behaviour harms others.” – Tamara Renaye
►View On Google Docs

💻 Anti-Racism Courses

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