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Racial Justice Resource Guide: INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION TO THE TUC RACIAL JUSTICE RESOURCE GUIDE

This guide, developed by the TUC librarians for the TUC community, contains materials and resources addressing systemic racism and inequalities in the criminal justice system, medicine, and education with solutions towards racial justice and equity.
 
The guide is divided into sections for the TUC curriculums, fields of study, as well as a section on literature and film. This guide will be continually improved as we obtain and identify more relevant resources and hope it will aid in reflection, discussion, and personal growth. 
 
We welcome and encourage your suggestions and comments on this guide. Please email us at: tuc.library@tu.edu
 
Thank you for taking your time to consult any of these resources. 
 
Jennifer Abueg, Amy Castro, Julie Horwath, and Tamara Trujillo.

CONTACT TUC DIRECTOR OF INCLUSION

For more information contact TUC Director of Inclusion, Dr. Rolly Kali-Rai at rkali_ra@touro.edu.  

UNCOMFORTABLE CONVERSATIONS WITH A BLACK MAN

White Allergies? - Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man - Episode 2 with Matthew McConaughey (12:58)

This video is part of a series titled Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man, by created and hosted by Emmanuel Acho. To see the complete list of episodes from the series, visit the Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man YouTube page

ANTI RACISM RESOURCES

TED TALKS PLAYLIST

Becoming AntiRacist

Ibrahim, A. M. (2020). Becoming anti-racist [Infographic]. Retrieved 2020, from https://www.surgeryredesign.com

(To download a high-resolution PDF of the graph, click the image.) 

BLACK LIVES MATTER

Black Lives Matter Official Website: https://blacklivesmatter.com/

Stay Woke: The Black Lives Matter Movement (2016)
This documentary traces the beginnings of the Black Lives Matter movement, with coverage of the events in Ferguson, Missouri, the deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Freddy Gray, and interviews with the founders of Black Lives Matter.

ARTICLES