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Anti-Racism Resources

Everyone is at a different place in their learning journey. Some people may be much further. Some may not be familiar with all the terminology I use. Anti-racism is a HUGE topic and it can be overwhelming to know where to start.

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A good place to start is anywhere that interest you

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Just keep learning, self-reflecting and exposing yourself to a myriad of different viewpoints. 🀎

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Resources in Our Community

Indigenous Corporate Training - I finds myself continuously coming back to this website for it's excellent content

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Moms Against Racism (MAR) – you don’t have to be a  traditional “mom” to benefit from the wisdom offered here. The founder of this non-profit is Kerry Cavers, a colleague of mine that I greatly admire. The Facebook group gets into all sorts of non-sugar coated, honest conversations and has learning resources. Check it out!

 

Dr. Lisa Gunderson - specializes in racism against persons of African ancestry; MAR & Dr. G 60 min video You Can’t be Switzerland

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Inter-Cultural AssociationRacial Justice Resources


Learning Resources

 

How to support TαΈ±emlúps te Secwepemc

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Me and White Supremacy by Layla Saad. “This book is a gift of compassion from a brilliant Black woman willing to guide you through a deep examination of white racial conditioning in service of your liberation.” – from the foreword in the book. If you read this book (and don’t confuse it for the accompanying journal), I encourage you to really take your time, and when the book asks you to reflect on anti-Black racism, do the challenging self work to reflect on anti-Indigenous racism as well.

 

Why are all the Black Kids sitting together in the cafeteria? By Dr. Beverly Tatum 

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Racial Equity Tools Glossary


Mental Health Resources

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How can I make someone see racism?

 

I hear this question regularly.  And there are so many ways to approach this. 

 

We hear a message more easily from someone who we perceive to be like us. And quite often, a non-racialized (white) person will be able to hear about racism, privilege and supremacy from another person who is non-racialized.

 

Non-racialized people teaching the topic of racism is controversial because they are literally profiting off the oppression of people of colour. But what if it ends up being the thing that opens the door to  one person's understanding? Decide for yourself and let's have a conversation about it.

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Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh β€‹β€‹

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Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person by Gina Crosley-Corcoran​

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Deconstructing White PrivilegeWhite Fragility - Why it’s so hard for White People to talk about racism by Robin DiAngelo

I could go on and on… and on about resources. I would LOVE to hear about what resources you know of, your thoughts on these ones, or if you really want to dig deeper into a conversation about any of this. I invite you to connect with me.

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🀎Angelique

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