“When we choose to be anti-racist, we become actively conscious about race and racism and take actions to end racial inequities in our daily lives. Being anti-racist is believing that racism is everyone’s problem, and we all have a role to play in stopping it”. – Dr. Anneliese A. Singh
Because anti-Racism work is deeply personal and difficult work, we have put together essential resources to aid each of us to educate ourselves on the effects, impacts of structural racism, reflect and identify ways to challenge everyday racism, interrupt racial stereotypes when you see them, hear them and finally to rebuild relationships by supporting people of color in your personal and professional setting when they speak out about their experiences with racism.
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