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By Jade, Sam, Laura, & Kaitlin This is a list composed of films, TV shows, podcasts, social media accounts, and articles to help everyone become educated on the topics surrounding race. In compiling this list of resources we hope everyone takes the time to educate and further understand how to become a better ally.   FilmsContinue reading “Resources”

Cultural Appropriation

By Anna Gulizio and Mya Pfeifer You may have heard the phrase “my culture is not a costume,” but do you know what it truly means? It’s referring to cultural appropriation, when you take part of another culture and turn it into a costume, which is disrespectful to tradition, heritage, and can even insult sacredContinue reading “Cultural Appropriation”

The Importance of Unlearning

By Lorane Sherpa and Kaitlin McKoy “The illiterate of the future are not those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn” -Alvin Toffler, Future Shock Before we start this paper, we want to highlight the importance of being open-minded. Open-minded for yourself, to read and address your own biasesContinue reading “The Importance of Unlearning”

Trump Vs. Biden Policies

By Kiana Papin While I and over 14 million people1 have already voted in this election, let’s take a look at the two candidates and their stance on policies and issues in America, beyond an Instagram infographic. (Although the infographics are in the more resources section if you would like to read more in-depth aboutContinue reading “Trump Vs. Biden Policies”

And Now It’s Time To Vote

By Sam Aaronson While we all know Election Day is November 3rd, that doesn’t mean you should wait until November 3rd to create your voting plan and get pumped about voting. For many of us, this is the first Presidential election we’ll have the chance to vote in & it is important that OUR VOICESContinue reading “And Now It’s Time To Vote”

Black Lives Matter

The Black Lives Matter website is a great resource to use when educating yourself. It has links to petitions, content to watch and listen to, articles to read, as well as a link to donate to the organization among many more resources.

Implicit Bias Test

The Implicit Bias Test was put together by a group of researchers in 1998 to help people understand the biases they hold subconsciously against various groups. This can help give you insight to where you may need to further educate yourself.

Register to Vote

This year, due to COVID-19, some states have changes to voting procedures and you should check your state’s election website to see if this is true for you. It’s important that you register to vote in order to take part in the 2020 election. Vote.gov is where you can register to vote and it isContinue reading “Register to Vote”

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