Anti-Racism Resources


It is naïve to think that one workshop or book or video will solve the problem of institutional racism but we must begin to change the stories we tell about ourselves and others. This work is not easy but it is necessary. The following links provide information and resources to educate people about institutional racism and anti-racism, help individuals and groups combat institutional racism, and help people of color engage in self-care and stay safe.

Resources for Understanding and Engaging in Anti-Racism Work and Practicing Solidarity

Resources for Institutional Efforts

Ted Talks and Podcasts

Anti-Racist Literature and Reading Materials

Resources for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) to Engage in Self-Care

Duke-Led or Duke-Centric Resources

Resources to Help Individuals Make a Difference

If you want to learn more about how you can help or make a contribution to help those currently being falsely jailed in the midst of the current chaos, here is a list of Bail Funds/Legal Help by City.


Finally, OIE has released its latest newsletter, Duke Diversity NewsLinks, which is a great repository for additional information and resources shared around the University.