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"Once we know and accept we have bias, we can begin to recognize our own patterns of thinking. With awareness and a conscious effort, we have the power to change how we think and to challenge the negative or harmful biases within ourselves." -from the National Museum of African American History and Culture at The Smithsonian's webpage titled "Bias".
VIDEOS: BIAS, EXCLUSION & INCLUSION
Implicit Bias: Peanut Butter, Jelly, and Racism (2:26)
This is the first of four videos from PBS on implicit bias. After watching this video, the remaining three will automatically play in order.
We All Have Implicit Biases. So What Can We Do About It? - Dushaw Hockett - TEDxMidAtlanticSalon (12:00)
Inclusion, Exclusion, Illusion and Collusion - Helen Turnbull - TEDxDelrayBeach (13:15)
The Power of Privilege - Tiffany Jana - TEDxRVAWomen (14:57)
How To Overcome Our Biases? Walk Boldly Toward Them - Verna Myers - TED (17:53)
Color Blind Or Color Brave? - Mellody Hobson - TED (14:14)
VIDEOS: LEARNING TO BE ANTIRACIST
The Difference Between Being "Not Racist" and Antiracist - Ibram X. Kendi - TED2020 (51:06)
So You Want To Talk About Race - Ijeoma Oluo - Talks At Google, 2018 (51:45)
What Do You Believe? Arabs, Muslims, and Stereotypes - Maria Assif - TEDx UTSC (22:07)
Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence - Derald Wing Sue (1:20:59)
I Am Azn American - Tom Ngo - TEDxUCIrvine (27:39)
Anti-Racism Resource List for White Allies:
Readings, Podcasts, Films, Youth-led Media, Journalist/Public Academic Sites, Children’s Books, Parenting Resources, and Suggestions for Action/Donations - Compiled by Dr. Lauren Silver, May-June 2020
"To create an equal society, we must commit to making unbiased choices and being antiracist in all aspects of our lives."- from the National Museum of African American History and Culture at The Smithsonian's webpage titled "Being Antiracist".
"To build movements capable of winning real change, we need to do more than just “preach to the choir.” Beyond the Choir partners with social justice organizations to craft resonant messaging, plan strategic campaigns, and mobilize larger bases of support."- taken from the Beyond The Choir's homepage.
"By considering each other’s lives and experiences, and perspectives, we allow a community to be not only about what we have in common but what makes us different." - from the National Museum of African American History and Culture at The Smithsonian's webpage titled "Community Building".
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Our customized training, technical assistance, coaching, and product development advance concrete actions in both operations and programming that strengthen an organization’s mission performance. We focus specifically on promoting racial equity in organizational strategies, policies, and practices as a complement to the work of others who focus on racial equity at the individual and interpersonal levels. - From the website