We have assembled a number of excellent resources that we hope will be helpful in your personal or professional work of resisting oppression and engendering hope. New resources will be posted regularly, so check back from time to time.
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Becoming Trustworthy White Allies by Melanie S. Morrison
Trayvon Martin, the Legacy of Lynching, and the Role of White Women by Melanie S. Morrison
‘At the hands of persons unknown’: The verdict in the Michael Brelo Case by
Melanie S. Morrison
How Racism Damages White People by Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
Week Six of the National Media Assault on Obama by Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
Doing Our Own Work
Doing Our Own Work is an intensive seminar for white people who seek to deepen their commitment to confronting and challenging racism where they live, work, study, and volunteer. The following resources provide background and information about the seminar.
Detroit, MI, June 13, 2019. “Transforming Scholarly Publishing Through an Equity and Anti-Racism Framework,” a panel presentation at the Association of University Presses Annual Meeting. Panelists: Cathy Rimer-Surles, Gisela Concepción Fosado, Melanie S. Morrison.