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nurturing connection and collaboration among allies working for change
 

 
 

Resources

We have assembled a number of excellent resources that we hope will be helpful in your personal or professional work of resisting oppression and engendering hope. New resources will be posted regularly, so check back from time to time.

All the resources are copyrighted. Please respect and acknowledge the designated copyright if you choose to share the resource with others. In some cases, the author requests that you ask permission before copying or distributing the resource. If you have question about these resources, feel free to contact Melanie Morrison.


Anti-Oppression Resources

Authenticity in a Community Setting: A Tool for Self-Reflection and Change by Dionardo Pizana

Qualities of Authentic Relationships Across Difference by Karen Pace and Dionardo Pizana


Anti-Racism Resources

 

Annotated List of Racial Justice DVDs and Videos

Glossary of Terms

Becoming Trustworthy White Allies by Melanie S. Morrison

Restoring Hope: The Sacred Work of Confronting Racism by Melanie S. Morrison

How Racism Damages White People by Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom

Week Six of the National Media Assault on Obama by Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom


Doing Our Own Work Resources


Doing Our Own Work
is an intensive seminar for white people who seek to deepen their commitment to confronting and challenging white racism where they live and work The following resources provide background and information about the seminar.

Doing Our Own Work Program Description

Why an Anti-Racism Seminar for White People?

History and Philosophy of Doing Our Own Work

Working Assumptions for Anti-Racism Training

Core Pedagogical Principles and Values – Doing Our Own Work

Doing Our Own Work: An Evaluation by Hannah Gardi, Indiana University Bloomington

 

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