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Antiracist and Social Justice Resources

This is an ongoing project designed to highlight and increase access to antiracist and social justice resources. New resources will be added as they become available. The search function is limited and only searches open tabs. Open new tabs for more resul

 

Racism: "Racism is a marriage of racist policies and racist ideas that produces and normalizes racial inequities."  

Antiracist: "One who is supporting an antiracist policy through their actions or expressing an antiracist idea."

Ibram X. Kendi, How to Be an Antiracist

Institutional (Systematic) Racism: Coined in 1967 by Stokely Carmichael and Charles V. Hamilton - "The systematic distribution of resources, power and opportunity in our society to the benefit of people who are white and the exclusion of people of color."

Solid Ground

Implicit Bias (Implicit Social Cognition): “Refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner."

Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, The Ohio State University

 

Arizona Law Statements: A Gallery

BLSA and SBA Statement
BLSA and SBA Statement
NALSA Solidarity Statement
LLSA Statement of Solidarity
APALSA Statement of Solidarity
ELS Statement of Solidarity
JAC Solidarity Statement
CLS Statement of Solidarity
LWA Solidarity Statement
Arizona Law Review Statement of Solidarity
AJICL Solidarity Statement
Dean Miller Statement
Dean Miller Statement

Arizona Law

Following the tragic death of George Floyd and the outrage that has followed, the Arizona Law community responded. Collected here are the statements that were written and shared by Arizona Law student groups and Dean Miller. 

Also collected in this section is highlighted Arizona Law faculty scholarship and opinion that explores the various issues covered in this guide. All material was curated from our Faculty Scholarship Database

Criminal Justice and Police Reform

Gender Inequality

Immigration

Indigenous Rights 

Institutional Racism & Implicit Racial Bias

LGBTQIA

Legal Resources

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See also the Accountability section: Criminal Justice & Police Reform tab. 

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News Articles 

NGOs

Research & Academic Scholarship

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Cases & Opinions

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Legislation

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Research & Academic Scholarship

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Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Addressing Rep Ted Yoho's Abusive Comments - CSPAN

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Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast John Lewis
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Links & Documents

Legislation

Cases & Laws

News Articles

Books

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Talking and Teaching About Race

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Blogs & Blog Posts

Government

News Articles 

NGOs

Research & Academic Scholarship

Books 

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Blogs & Blog Posts

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NGOs

Research & Academic Scholarship

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The Evolution of All-American Terrorism - Reveal
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Blogs & Blog Posts

Government 

News Articles

NGOs

Research & Academic Scholarship

Books

Video

Audio

Why is this Happening? with Nikole Hannah-Jones & Ibram Kendi
The Revolutionary Life of Paul Robeson: Scholar Gerald Horne on the Great Antifascist Singer, Artist and Rebel - Intercepted
Miss Buchanan's Period Of Adjustment - Revisionist History
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Charts

Guides & Compiled Resources

Syllabi & Curriculum

Toolkits & Workbooks

Accountability

Ethics Unwrapped

Accountability is in essence a form of solidarity, one that acknowledges the deep conditioning of all of us into a racist construct that places white at the top while systematically devaluing People and Communities of Color. In this culture, we are taught to hoard power, win at all costs, see “other” as threat, and live in increased anxiety about losing our share of the so-called pie. As a result, we are separated not just from each other but from ourselves. Accountability becomes a way to reconnect through the power of authentic relationship across these false yet powerful divides.” – Dismantling Racism

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Links & Documents

News Articles 

NGOs

Research & Academic Scholarship

Books