Anti-racism - 🟧Sourceful
Anti-Asian Racism: Lesson & Resources
A collection of slides and resourced dealing with the rising racism experienced by the Asian American community now and during the course of the history
This Work isn't For Us — by Jemma Desai
This Work isn’t For Us is an ongoing study, initiated by Jemma Desai. Partly a critical appraisal of historic "diversity" initiatives, partly an alternative policy document, the study is also an embodied ethnography, assembling testimonies from arts workers navigating institutionally initiated gestures at "inclusion".
Petitions, places you can donate to, info on how to contact law officials and etc
Shareable Anti-racism Resource Guide
This anti-racist resource guide was crafted amidst the anger of the latest black body turned hashtag #AhmaudArbery. It is consistently being updated to address the current climate of our country and the personal growth needed to sustain this life-long journey. Please note that this document was and will continue to be a group effort.
Justice in June
This resource was compiled by Autumn Gupta with Bryanna Wallace’s oversight for the purpose of providing a starting place for individuals trying to become better allies to the anti-racism efforts in the United States
Rethinking Thanksgiving Toolkit
There are many different experiences we will have over Thanksgiving - some of us will have lots of food, some of us will struggle to have enough. Some will be surrounded by people and some will be alone or with just one other person. For many, it’s an important time of coming together with family. This day also gives us a chance to look at and change stories we have about our families and ourselves. Thanksgiving is based on myths that hide and erase the genocide that the United States is founded upon. What would it mean to tell a different story; an honest story?
What made WWI a "World War?"
Lesson on the experience of colonized people during WWI. It looks at racist policies used against colonial troops, Chinese contract workers, the high death rates of the carrier corps, and more.
DOIRpt.NYPD Reponse. GeorgeFloyd Protests.12.18.2020
Department of Investigation report on the NYPD response to the George Floyd protests. It is not yet on the DOI website, but since the Mayor was allowed to respond before it's release, which is highly irregular, the public should have it too
GeorgeFloyd Protest - police brutality videos on Twitter
A list of c1k videos of police brutality caught on video