This moment in history insists that we attend in explicit and deliberate ways to racism in every context. The resources below are just a beginning to that work. If you have additional sources you’d like to see included here, please send them to CARPE@wlu.edu.
(Many thanks to Joan Ostrove of Macalester College for her work to make many of these resources visible.)
Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism Resources Guide
The University Library has created this guide to support curricular and extra-curricular efforts on campus. For questions or suggestions, please email Emily Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Call to Action for an Anti-Racist Science Community from Geoscientists of Color
This piece includes a list of actions that any scholar in any department from any discipline might consider.
This thread on Twitter is full of useful ideas for taking anti-racist pedagogies online—and it’s constantly growing!
Anti-Racism Resource Guide
Anti-Racist Educator Questionnaire and Rubric
An Anti-Racist Reading List
Antiracist Resources for your 2020-2021 Teaching
Eight Actions to Reduce Racism in College Classrooms
‘Every Work of American Literature Is About Race’: Writers on How We Got Here
Go-To Readings for Anti-Racist Pedagogies
Assembled by the Great Lakes College Association/Global Liberal Arts Alliance, this is a very accessible reading list for folks who are early in the journey of rethinking their work in the classroom.