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Anti-Racism

What is Anti-Racism?

Anti-Racism is strategies, theories, actions, and practices that challenge and counter racism, inequalities, prejudices, and discrimination based on race.

 

Content above reused from https://libguides.framingham.edu/anti-racism, with permission of creator Hedda Monaghan.

 

How I understand anti-racism sphere graph

Image created by Dr. Andrew Ibrahim: "Inspired by the work of Dr. Kendi, the figure on the left reflects my journey toward becoming Anti-Racist."

Understanding White Privilege and White Fragility

In the U.S., white privilege is the lived experience of greater social/political access, representation and entitlement, and material and economic security that people considered white have as a result of white supremacy. It's important to note that while many white people are oppressed on the basis of class, gender, sexual orientation, ability, religion, culture, ethnicity, etc, it is still true that ALL white people benefit from white privilege in various ways. (Source: Robin DiAngelo, see videos below)

 

Church of the Larger Fellowship - CLFUU. (2016). Robin DiAngelo on White Fragility. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=cGGI66uK9x4

Content reused from https://libguides.framingham.edu/anti-racism, with permission of creator Hedda Monaghan.

Becoming an Ally

chescaleigh. (2014). 5 Tips For Being An Ally. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dg86g-QlM0

chescaleigh. (2013). Getting Called Out: How to Apologize. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8xJXKYL8pU

Content above reused from https://libguides.framingham.edu/anti-racism, with permission of creator Hedda Monaghan.

 

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