Resources from SSIR: The Struggle to Overcome Racism
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) on June 9, 2020
The killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers has ignited protests and focused the national discourse on institutional racism and how to eradicate it. SSIR‘s editors have assembled a list of resources to help leaders of social change and activists trying to put an end to this intractable American scourge.
Here are a few select articles:
- For a More Equitable America, Understand Race and Racism as Actions We Do and Can Undo
- Overcoming the Racial Bias in Philanthropic Funding
- The Fight to End Cash Bail
More in "New Resources"
- 30th Anniversary Edition of the PACDC Magazine
- New Policy Paper: Health Equity Policy Framework
- New Book: Literacy Is Liberation: Working Toward Justice Through Culturally Relevant Teaching
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