A letter from the Library Director on civil rights, social justice and black voices.
Age by age guide to talking to your young children about racism
Motherly, an online media site, put together this guide for parents of younger children, complete with videos and toy suggestions for preschoolers. Parents will also find informative radio shows from sources like NPR.
Institutionalized Racism: a Syllabus.
How can we help students understand George Floyd’s death in the context of institutionalized racism? The JSTOR database offers a free Daily Newsletter. This particular issue was curated during the George Floyd protests of 2020 and is a compilation of articles written about racial injustice going back through five years of their newsletter.
Justice for June: a month long self teaching guide about the long history of racism in the United States.
More for parents, teachers, and older students, Justice in June is a resource created in June 2020 by two University of Southern California friends looking to better understand institutional racism. There is a myriad of resources and suggestions including a prescribed plan for a month of learning in 10, 25, or 45 minutes a day.