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Anti-Black Racism

Test Yourself for Hidden Bias

CLICK HERE to take a Implicit Association Test (IAT) from Project Implicit. Project Implicit is the product of a team of scientists whose research produced new ways of understanding attitudes, stereotypes, and other hidden biases that influence perception, judgment, and action.

Solidarity Resources

Photograph of people at a rally holding a banner that reads, "White silence is violence. Black lives matter." Allyship is an active and evolving practice. Not being racist is not enough to evoke real change in our communities. To end racial injustice, we need to be actively anti-racist and show up for Black people even when it is difficult, uncomfortable, or inconvenient. Check out some of the resources below or on the left side for advice, action, and educational resources on showing solidarity with Black and racialized people.

Action

Learning to Become a Better Ally

Resources for Educators

Discipline-Specific Resources

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