Resources for A Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity

Resources for A Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity

The following links will include numerous resources and grow as more are available. Join our discussion in person and online. We use these principles to guide us, which includes justice, equity and compassion in human relations when choosing these resource links. Come back to learn more.

Resources directly used in past ADORE sessions
About Racism
About Anti-Racism Programs
History of Racism in Prince George’s County
Unitarian Universalist-Specific Resources

Resources directly used in past ADORE sessions

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack – written by a white woman

Video: “Black Pioneers in a White Denomination” (based on the book) Contact Rachael Brown at the UUA

Video: “The Tulsa Lynching of 1921: A Hidden Story” (review from Varietycontact info on this site)

Video: “Wilderness Journey, The Struggle for Black Empowerment and Racial Justice within the Unitarian Universalist Association, 1967-1970,” created by Ron Cordes, 2003 (some historical information from Harvard)

Video: ACLU Freedom Files “Racial Profiling

Video: Washington Goes Unitarian – from 1958 about how Rev. Dr. A. Powell Davies and All Souls Church grew UUism into the predominantly white suburbs

The above UU-specific resources may become available to UUs from the regional library. More recent resources are listed under the individual ADORE sessions’ agendas listed in the blog.

About Racism

ROBERT JENSEN: RACE, RACISM AND WHITE PRIVILEGE

New Deal, Raw Deal: How Aid Became Affirmative Action by Whitesby Ira Katznelson, a professor of political science and history at Columbia University, author of “When Affirmative Action Was White: An Untold History of Racial Inequality in America.” – Washington Post Sept. 25, 2005

Punishment and Prejudice: Racial Disparities in the War on Drugs from Human Rights Watch

Racism from UUWorld March/April 2000 (links to Anti-racism resources also)

Slavery and the Making of America – PBS program – web site has a lot of additional information

About AntiRacism

Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Resources from the UUA

Anti-Racism Movie Resources (PDF) from Youth Programs Specialist, Religious Education Department, UUA

Connecting with Others Through Anti-Racism from InterConnections March 2002

Resources related to “Beyond Diversity: Ally-ship” from Riding the Wave – links on this page go to PDFs

A Step Toward Racial Reconciliation from UUWorld May/June 2002

Survivors of 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Receive Reparation Payments from UUA News April, 2002

Teaching Tolerance Magazine free online
Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center – published twice per year

University of Maryland’s General Diversity Resources
large collection pertaining to cultural diversity and multiculturalism

You’ll see it when we believe it by Wayne Dwyer – recommended book for shift in the way one looks at things

UU-Specific Resources (See also Resources directly used in past ADORE sessions above)

Diverse & Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries (DRUUMM)

Asian/Pacific Islander Caucus

UU Allies for Racial Equity

UU-Hispano – en lengua hispana

UUA Identity-Based Ministries

25 to 1: People of Color Experiences in Unitarian Universalism 1980 – 2005 by Joseph M. Santos-Lyons (PDF)

The Arc of the Universe is Long: Unitarian Universalists, Anti-racism, and the Journey from Calgary By Leslie Takahashi Morris, Chip Roush, Leon E. Spencer

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