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Black Lives Matter: Challenging Racism in Ourselves, Our Community and Our Country: Change Makers: Activists, Icons and Ordinary People
In this guide, you'll find a wide range of information and resources looking at, and addressing, racism and privilege, plus resources on anti-racism and inclusion. This may make you uncomfortable, and that's okay.
Brief intros to ten American Latinx activists under 24. Most are in their teens.
Angela Davis, activist, author, academic, icon
In this short video interview, Kemi, a student, talks with Kelly Elaine Navies, oral historian at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (@NMAAHC) about who Angela Davis is, and why she is important in the fight to end racism.
Voices of This Moment: People Share Why They Protest
People all across America are showing up to protest George Floyd's death and to call for an end to racism. The Washington Post asked protesters why this movement matters to them. Here's what they had to say: