New Articles

  1. Stop Funding Systemic Racism. This List Can Help.

    This list of companies was created and published by a Black-owned investment firm called Robasciotti and Philipson: it contains a list of companies that...
  2. Respect Differences? Challenging the Common Guidelines in Social Justice Education

    As described in their Abstract: In social justice education, it is common to establish guidelines for classroom discussions. We examine the limits of th...
  3. Black Lives Matter – where are we now and what can you do?

    The article cites research suggesting a decline in support for the Black Lives Matter Movement as of November 2020. The author acknowledges what changes...
  4. 1619

    The 1619 Project and its accompanying podcast "1619" aim to show how the the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans play a key...
  5. Racial Discrimination in Face Recognition Technology

    This blog post describes the ways in which facial recognition technology is inequitable. The technology is much more accurate for white men than for dar...
  6. The Difference Between Cultural Exchange and Cultural Appropriation

    The author explores the line between appropriate forms of cultural exchange and patterns of appropriation, within the lens of western culture. While the...
  7. DSURJ Resource Curation

    The Research and Resources group of DSURJ is working to develop a resource database that uplifts and supports the voices of BIPOC leaders in the sphere of activism to move white people to local, accountable, anti-racist action. In service of this g...
  8. Our Liberation is Bound Together

    An exploration of how non-Black People of Color (POC) and white people can radically collaborate to dismantle anti-Blackness. The article has three part...
  9. When black people are in pain, white people just join book clubs

    A call to action for white people to do deeper self-examination and examination of the systems they are complicit in and engage in the work of dismantli...
  10. You shouldn’t need a Harvard degree to survive birdwatching while Black

    Often, when an innocent black person is harassed (or worse), people (usually white people) reinforce the black person’s innocence by noting their educat...