To be anti-racist is to, "[oppose] racism/white supremacy in all forms even the racism that exists within you and the forms you perpetuate with your behaviors," and to "[identify] the root causes of racism and putting an end to them" (p. 3).
In the boxes below, you will find more information on anti-racism work. First, there is a list of relevant subjects relating to anti-racism that will help you search for content. There is also a box with examples of videos, going over the basics of anti-racism. This page also links to some documentaries Milner has that give even more detail on issues relating to anti-racism.
This page also has several subpages, organized by specific issues relating to anti-racism activism. Click on one of these links to learn more about each issue:
Introductory Issues: Activism, Advocacy, Allyship, Anti-Ableism, Anti-Discrimination, Anti-Racism, Cultural Competence, Diversity, Health Equity, Inclusion, Intersectionality, Feminism, Gay, Gender Affirming, Performative Allyship, Privilege, Queer, Racial Justice, Restorative Justice, Social Psychology, Teacher Education, Transgender, White Privilege
Source: The Advocate. (2018, January 25). What is Intersectionality? YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXJ4Dbdm1ks
Source: PBS Digital Studios. (2020, July 7). Above the Noise: Understanding Anti-Racism.[Video]. https://www.pbs.org/video/understanding-anti-racism-xmzrzb/
Source: Waterstones. (2019, August 19). How To Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi. YouTube. https://youtu.be/_OXMgA0Fwsk
Source: MTV Impact. 2016, Jan. 13. Why Does Privilege Make People So Angry? [Video]. https://youtu.be/qeYpvV3eRhY
Source: Jezebel. (2020, February 22). Turn Performative Wokeness Into Allyship. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ms02RwM_oCI
Source: Paul Scanlon. (2020, June 23). I interrupted a racist joke [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/JA4pniNZ7Zo.
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