Anti-Racism Resources for Students, Educators, and Citizens

The following set of resources, originally shared in the form of a letter to Neag School students and composed by faculty members Grace Player and Danielle Filipiak, reflects the Neag School’s fierce commitment to anti-racism and is intended to serve as a ongoing resource for Neag School students, faculty, staff, and alumni, as well as the larger community.

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Re: Racialized Trauma

Re: Racialized Trauma

(from “Irresistible Podcast,” formerly “Healing Justice” Podcast):

1. Black-led conversations and practices for healing from racialized trauma:

    2. If you’re in the midst of direct action right now:

        3. For showing up in solidarity:

            Some alternative media outlets and race-oriented podcasts to follow

            Media That Helps Us Understand Race, Racism, and Social Justice Movements in the United States

            Movies and Shows to Stream

            Movies and Shows to Stream

                Grace Player and Danielle Filipiak would like to thank Drs. Alicia Rusoja, Manisha Anantharaman, Monica Fitzgerald, Suzanne Schmidt, Tamara Spencer, and Michael Joseph Viola of St. Mary’s College of California for inspiring this list, providing the basis for the list, and collaborating to gather additional resources.