- After 50 Years of Progress and Protest, America Is Still a Land of Unequal Opportunity
by Margaret Simms
Half a century after the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, known as the Kerner Commission, there still isn't equality in the areas the commission recommended — employment, education, public welfare, and housing — if by equality we mean equal outcomes for white people and black people.
- Anti-Racism Resources
compiled by Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein
This page offers parenting resources, videos, podcasts, films, books, and organizations, aimed primarily at white people who want to understand how to take action.
- Few Talked about Race at this School. Then a Student Posted a Racist Slur.
by John Eligon
When teenagers use social media to show off their racial intolerance, what kind of response can make a difference? At one school in Minnesota, with the prodding of black students, white residents did what they had mostly had the luxury of avoiding: talk about race.
- 75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice
by Corinne Shutack
From working to ensure that black educators are hired where black children are being taught to avoiding companies that use prison labor to listening without defensiveness to people of color, this list of ideas is full of ways for white people to deepen understanding and act for justice.
- Should We Just Sweep Slavery under the Carpet?
by Dhinil Patel
As of May 2019, there was only one museum dedicated to the remembrance of slavery and its victims in the entire United States: the privately funded Whitney Plantation in Louisiana. Patel powerfully conveys the importance of continuing to tell this piece of history.