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Now is the time to show up in solidarity. How do we do that? For those of us that are White, we must do the work! Racism isn’t a Black or Brown or Asian or Indigenous/First Nations problem- it is a White problem caused by the white supremacy that our Country was built on. To end white supremacy we must intentionally become anti-racist. We must educate ourselves on the legacies of slavery and how those legacies impact us today. We must educate ourselves by listening and learning from the voices of people of color while we re-learn what we thought we knew and what was left out of our history books and classrooms.
Listed on this page are a number of resources to help you “Do the Work”. This is not an exhaustive list, but a beginning.
PreserveCast- John Brown’s Legacy Lives On In Upstate New York With Martha Swan
Speaking of Racism– A podcast dedicated to honest discussions on race and racism.
Uncivil– Uncivil brings you stories that were left out of the official history of the Civil War
CodeSwitch– Explores how issues of race and identity manifest in every corner of American culture, from music to poetry to sports.
Seeing White- 14 part primer on the history of whiteness in America, sharing lesser-known events that will inspire white listeners to see their own place in society with fresh eyes.
Pod Save the People– Takes a closer look at the week’s biggest stories—as well as issues that particularly impact people of color.
Identity Politics– Explored through the lens of being a Black Muslim woman. Guests share their thoughts on race, culture, gender, and faith.
Tamarindo– Brings a Latinx perspective to current events and culture.