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When I get down hearted or feel discouraged, Verna Myers helps me understand how we each can begin to change the racist aspects of our culture. She lightens my heart!

Here's a great talk about what all there is to do if you are white. Is guilt or anger our only options? Not so, says Ali Michael from The Race Institute at U of Penn in Philly. Plus she's got a sense of humor.

I love Dr. Bettina Love! Not only is she from Upstate, but she also clearly explains the difference between an 'ally' and a 'co-conspirator' in this video:

Jerry Kang does a great job of explaining what Implicit Bias is. There’s a fun activity in the middle to help you understand how your brain pairs things.

To take the Implicit Bias test yourself, click HERE. 

Here is a diagram to help explain gender identity, expression, and non-binary sexuality. Click the image for a larger view of the diagram.  More information can be found at PFLAG:

Here is an amazing video on wealth inequality in the US. You won’t believe this!

If you can't watch the whole thing, at least start this interview. Ibram X Kendi helps us understand the difference between being 'not racist' and being antiracist in a racialized society.

In 2013 I watched this TED talk by the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, Bryan Stevenson. It changed my understanding of mass incarceration and race. This talk is about identity. It’s worth every minute.

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This movie was made recently from an unfinished text  by Jame’s Baldwin. Watch the trailer and get the movie from a server you use. It’s a hard one to watch… I won’t lie.

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