The following guide is meant to be a starting point into some resources about systemic racism. Systemic, institutional, and structural racism are used synonymously. The resources listed here are not meant to be exhaustive, and in some cases are limited to our holdings.
Produced at Race Forward, this 8 video series looks at issues such as the wealth gap, employment, housing discrimination, government surveillance, incarceration, drug arrests, immigration policy, and infant mortality.
Groos, Maya, Maeve Wallace, Rachel Hardeman, and Katherine Theall. 2018. “Measuring Inequity: A Systematic Review of Methods Used to Quantify Structural Racism.” Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice 11 (2). https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/jhdrp/vol11/iss2/13.
Addressing Anti-Blackness on Campus: Implications for Educators and Institutions
White paper written by the Racial Equity Institute was "developed to be used as a tool to deepen both individual understanding of the need for systemic change, as well as a tool for facilitated group learning and development."
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