Things to consider
Below are some introductory e-books, resources and worksheets you can consider to aid you in your journey of learning and unlearning. Please note that anti-racist and anti-oppressive work requires a dedication to lifelong learning and unlearning. Happy reading!
PULLING TOGETHER: FOUNDATIONS GUIDE
By: Kory Wilson
Pulling Together: A guide for Indigenization of post-secondary institutions. A professional learning series. Pulling Together: A Guide for Indigenization of post-secondary institutions. A professional learning series.
COLONIZATION AND DECOLONIZATION: A MANUAL FOR INDIGENOUS LIBERATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY
This manual is divided into 4 sections. The 1st section defines colonialism, its methods, & its history up to today (i.e., the US invasion & occupation of Iraq). The 2nd section details the impact colonialism has had on Indigenous peoples, including sociological & individual impacts. The 3rd section examines the concept of decolonization. The 4th sections discuss decolonization within North America. It will be seen that the liberation of Indigenous peoples in North America is closely connected to a global process of resistance & survival. This manual is intended for self-study as well as for use in training classes. The following are lesson plans that can be used or adapted for the classroom.
Keith Lawrence, Aspen Institute on Community Change and
Terry Keleher, Applied Research Center at UC Berkeley
A document providing definitions and examples of vocabulary used in anti-racism discourse.