WOKEshop Resources: the hard conversations
Additional resources to continue the discussion and thought on race relations specific to implicit bias, witness, racism, intersectionality and systemic marginalization.
Thursday February 22 • 1pm • University of Maine, Memorial Union
Last updated: February 14, 2018
Atlanta Black Star, Tanasia Kenney, June 23, 2016
Everyday Feminism, Jon Greenberg, November 25, 2015
A research project conducted by Pew Research Center.
Splinter News, Kevin Roose, July 21, 2015
New York Times, Emily Badger, October 5, 2016
Teaching Tolerance, Emily Chiariello, Issue 53, Summer 2016
Do you write, tweet or post on these topics? Join the conversation!
An immense curation of reading and resources shared by the African American Intellectual History Society.
The Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity will send you 7 daily bias cleanses on race, LGBTQ, and gender phobia. The Look Different website has other great information as well!
A glossary of working definitions published by the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
Test your racial, gender and sexual orientation bias and learn what to do about it!
Project Implicit is a non-profit organization that is using data to explore bias social cognition. You can test yourself for bias for free and learn more about the project by visiting their website.
#RaceAnd: Arielle Newton on Race, Gender and Sexuality
Dear Latinx, Let's Check Our Privilege
I Am Not Your Negro, James Baldwin - Trailer
The Urgency of intersectionality | Kimberlé Crenshaw TedTalk
An online video project that explores individual relationship to whiteness and how it shapes their identities and views on race relations in the United States.
An 8-part video series exploring systemic racism and how it plays out through the Wealth Gap, Employment, Housing Discrimination, Government Surveillance, Incarceration, Drug Arrests, Immigration Arrests, Infant Mortality.