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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. Red Table Talk: ‘Black America in Crisis’ with Civil Rights Activists Angela Davis and Tamika Mallory

    In this episode of RTT, Jada invites Civil Rights activists Angela Davis and Tamika Mallory to the table to address the protests that unfolded after the...
  4. 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...
  5. Befriending Becky: On The Imperative Of Intersectional Solidarity

    The author challenges readers - particularly white women - to reflect on the idea that when advocating for others, we often don’t know what we’re talkin...
  6. Who Owns Denver’s Black Lives Matter Movement?

    The author engages in an introspection discussion surrounding the Black Lives Matter Movement and how its mission is interpreted by a primarily white co...
  7. Reparations Now Toolkit

    An introductory page in this toolkit writes a brief summary: "This toolkit is meant to support individuals, organizations, and communities to better und...
  8. 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...
  9. White People: I Don’t Want You To Understand Me Better, I Want You To Understand Yourselves

    An appeal to white people to understand white culture - the dominant U.S. culture - and how it functions to keep white supremacy in place, particularly ...
  10. Reparations to Native Americans?

    J. Angelo Corlett argues that the US government morally ought to pay reparations to Native Americans. His central argument has two key claims. The first...