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Antiracism Resources

This guide contextualizes racism and antiracism within the United States and aims to provide the Merrimack Community with an introduction to resources on understanding and confronting racial injustice.


"Whiteness and white racialized identity refer to the way that white people, their customs, culture, and beliefs operate as the standard by which all other groups of are compared. Whiteness is also at the core of understanding race in America." - National Museum of African American History and Culture

Whiteness - Talking About Race - National Museum of African American History and Culture (Website)

White Privilege and Fragility

Lessons in White Privilege from a Light-Skinned L’nu | Mercedes Peters | TEDxDalhousieU

A Conversation on Race and Privilege with Angela Davis and Jane Elliott

Deconstructing Whiteness - Dr. Robin DiAngelo