Resources for Diversity, Inclusion & Respect
Take a closer look at the array of resources to advance diversity, inclusion & respect in the sciences.
The collection of resources featured here includes articles, videos, podcasts, books, and guides about histories of racism and oppression primarily in the United States. These resources are meant to enhance opportunities for individuals and groups to provide further enrichment and education on anti-racism. This list is not exhaustive and will be updated periodically. More information in this disclaimer.
Anti-racism work requires sustained, proactive education and engagement as well as systemic, intentional efforts at micro- and macro-levels. We encourage you to use these specific resources in tandem with others across other personal and professional networks.
●The 1619 Project (all the articles) | The New York Times Magazine
● Robin DiAngelo, “Nothing to Add: The Role of White Silence in Racial Discussions” and “White Fragility”
●Kimberlé Crenshaw, “The Urgency of Intersectionality”
● William A. Darity Jr., “How Do We Span the Racial Wealth Gap?”
● Mellody Hobson, “Color Blind or Color Brave?”
● Bryan Stevenson, “There’s a Direct Line From Lynching to George Floyd”
● Dolly Chugh, The Person You Mean To Be: How Good People Fight Bias
● Kimberly McClain DaCosta, Making Multiracials: State, Family, and Market in the Redrawing of the Color Line
● Ibram X. Kendi, How To Be An Antiracist
● Ijeoma Oluo, So You Want to Talk About Race