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Black Lives Matter - Use the tabs across the top of the box for additional material

See also: Racial Profiling

Suggest keywords:

  • football AND "protest movements"
  • "Black Lives Matter"

Race & Ethnic Relations in the U.S.- Use the tabs across the top of the box for additional information

The following are links to additional reading lists. 

Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise - Part 1

Available until Sept. 9, 2020

Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise - Part 2

Available until Sept. 9, 2020

Racial Profiling

Try a combination of the following keywords:

  • "use of force"
  • "police brutality"
  • "police misconduct"
  • "Rodney King"
  • "excessive force"
  • "deadly force"
  • "officer involved shooting"
  • "body cameras" OR "body cams"
  • cameras AND "law enforcement"

 

Audre Lorde Poster

 

Audre Lorde quote

ILLUSTRATION BY MEREDITH STERN

 

Audre Lorde (1934-1992) insisted upon the dignity of intersectional identities, including her own: She famously described herself as a “black, lesbian, feminist, mother, poet warrior.” In her writing and her activism, Lorde fought for equity and justice for people of color, women, members of the LGBTQ community and more.

From: Teaching Tolerance.org https://www.tolerance.org/sites/default/files/2019-01/TT-One-World-Spring-2019-TT61-Audre-Lorde-Meredith-Stern.pdf