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Welcome to Participant Observer repository of social justice resources that educate, illuminate, enlighten and facilitate action. Learn and then do! Updated and expanded weekly.

Anti-racism, social justice and "People of Color" experience reads and resources:

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Let's Fight Racism courtesy of the United Nations. Helpful and informative resources for fighting racism.

De-escalation Keeps Protesters And Police Safer. Departments Respond With Force Anyway. from Five Thirty Eight and the Marshal Project. What 50 years of research and 3 Federal commissions say . . .

Do You Know How Divided White And Black Americans Are On Racism? by Ryan Best and Kaleigh Rogers. We indeed have a long road ahead of us to change minds and worldviews.

The Psychology of Taking a Knee by Jeremy Adam Smith, Dacher Keltner, What does it mean to kneel? What emotions and beliefs does this action communicate? Does your culture or group membership affect how you see gestures like kneeling? from Greater Good Magazine

International Students and Experiences with Race in the United States an illuminating article from World Education News & Reviews

Corporate Voices Get Behind ‘Black Lives Matter’ Cause A New York Times article on how some major corporations are backing the Black Lives Matter cause.

How to Make this Moment the Turning Point for Real Change by Barack Obama. The former president ends his article with "Let's get to work".

Do the Work: An Anti-racist Reading List from the Guardian

An Antiracist Reading List by Ibram X. Kendi, who also wrote the best-selling book How to Be an Anti-racist and several other books.

What Does ‘Defund The Police’ Mean? A KPBS podcast clarifying what is meant by "defunding the police", it's all about optimizing resource allocation and not leaving so many problems for police to fix. Professor Christy Lopez from Georgetown Law School on Midday Edition

Four Ways Schools Can Support Teachers to Become 'Actively Anti-Racist' from Education Week Teacher

U.N. Resolution on the Elimination of Racism

Taking Steps to Eliminate Racism in the Workplace by The Society for Human Resource Management

Is Your Company Actually Fighting Racism, or Just Talking About It? from the Harvard Business Review

Strategies and Activities for Reducing Racial Prejudice and Racism from the exquisitely robust Community Tool Box service of the Center for Community Health and Development at the University of Kansas.

Beyond Protests: 5 More Ways To Channel Anger Into Action To Fight Racism from NPR

Where Do We Go From Here? necessary next steps courtesy of Oprah.com. The battle for social justice is far from over. Learn what you can do.
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