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Racial Justice Resources for Activists, Advocates & Allies

This guide serves as a resource for the UC community to learn about activism and allyship as it pertains to racial justice and anti-racism.

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About this guide

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This Libguide aims to support the work of racial justice activists, advocates and allies by providing resources for self-guided education including:

  • Core concepts needed to understand the intergenerational effects of systemic racism and its impact today on the lives and bodies of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color), our society and the structures within it.
  • Healing and wellness resources  for the BIPOC community
  • Information intended to help us better understand ourselves; especially how our social identities impact others so that we can be more effective activists, advocates & allies for racial justice.
  • Tools, tips and services to assist student advocates and activists to help them document and archive their work to ensure it will be discoverable and accessible to others even after they graduate. 
  • Data to guide us in our goals setting and policy creation

I would like to thank and acknowledge my consultants for providing critical feedback and suggestions for building and improving this guide, special thanks to: June Taylor-Slaughter,  Amy Koshoffer, Yu Mao, Kacy Wiggins, Albert Cann & Jill Gibboney.




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