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Racial Justice & Anti-Racism Resources

Introduction

"In a racist society it is not enough to be non-racist. We must be anti-racist." Angela Davis, Scholar & Activist

This guide is intended to provide you with an introduction to issues related to race, racism, and racial justice. It includes recommend resources from the UVM Libraries' collections and beyond. The guide also provides resources to help you take action and work for racial justice in your community. Additional materials will will help you learn more about: bias; the history of systemic racism; and the the legacy of Jim Crow in the United States. This guide will continue to evolve to meet the needs of the UVM community. We hope you find this material helpful.
Questions, comments, and suggestions about this guide are welcome and may be sent to: Maria Avery and Daisy Benson.

Key Concepts

A Few Good Starting Places