Stopping Anti-Asian Bias and Violence
- Anti-Asian Harassment Response and Bystander Training Series from Asian Americans Advancing Social Justice and Hollaback!
- The Atlanta Shootings Fit into a Long Legacy of Anti-Asian Violence in America. Lang, C. (2021, March 18). Time.
- Atlanta shooting and the legacy of misogyny and racism against Asian women. Lenthang, M. (2021, March 21). ABC News.
- A Sociologist's View On The Hyper-Sexualization Of Asian Women In American Society. (2021, March 19). Ailsa Chang interview with Biola University professor of sociology Nancy Wang Yuen. NPR.
- To be an Asian woman in America, (2021, March 17). Ho, J. Opinion. CNN.
- Racism is behind anti-Asian American violence, even when it’s not a hate crime , Dhingra, P. (2021, March 19.) The Conversation.
- Stop AAPI Hate National Report. Jeung, R. Yellow Horse, A. Popovic, T. and Lim, R. (2021)
- FACTSHEET: AntiâAsian Prejudice March 2020. Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino (2020, March)
Asian American History and Resilience
- Many resources below come from: After Atlanta: Teaching About Asian American Identity and History, Kleinrock, E. (2021, March 17). Learning for Justice.
- Asian Americans: PBS documentary series streaming free (2020, May).
- To Teach and Transforâªm, Liz Kleinrock, Anti-Bias & Anti-Racist Educator. Won, J. (Host). (2021, February 27). (N. 98). [Audio podcast episode]. In Dear Asian Americans.
- Viral Histories: Stories of Racism, Resilience, and Resistance in Asian American Communities, May 18-21, 2020: Community leaders will share their first-hand experience with historians from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, who will connect these experiences to the past. Each day during the event, an interview video will be released at 9:00 am EDT, with a live Q&A with some of the featured speakers every day at 3:00 pm EDT.
- Asian American Racial Justice Toolkit: Teaching modules “designed to begin with people’s lived experiences, and to build structural awareness of why those experiences are happening, and how they are tied to the oppression of others. By highlighting the role of people’s resistance both past and present, the toolkit also seeks to build hope and a commitment to political struggle.”
- We are Not a Stereotype: Breaking Down Asian Pacific American Bias, video series from the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center that “explores and challenges the complexity surrounding the term Asian Pacific American, breaking it down into topics that span multiple timelines, geographies, and identities”.
- A Different Asian American Timeline: “This timeline covers nearly 600 years of history starting with the early Atlantic slave trade in the 15th Century, tracing the rise of modern nation-states, and covering events that have affected people across racial boundaries. We cannot fully understand Asian American history without asking why Asians arrived in the Americas, and what relationship their arrival had to the global conditions affecting people across racial and national boundaries at the time.”
Understanding the Summer 2020 Protests for Black Lives (resources from MSU College of Education and MSU Dialogues)
- Context of Minneapolis Uprising
- James Baldwin, "Looter to who?"
- The history behind the racist phrase 'When the looting starts, the shooting starts'
- What MLK really thought about "riots"
- How the U.S. Got Its Police Force
- A Decade Of Watching Black People Die
- Violence in Minneapolis is rooted in the history of racist policing in America
Social Justice Terminology Guides
- Lewis and Clark College: ABC’s of Social Justice
- MSU LBGT Resource Center: LGBTQ Glossary
- Racial Equity Resource Guide
- Suffolk University Boston: Social Justice Terminology
- Racial Equity Tools - offers tools, research, tips, curricula and ideas for people who want to increase their own understanding and to help those working toward justice at every level – in systems, organizations, communities and the culture at large
- Dismantling Racism Works (dRworks) – web-based workbook, including the must-read Characteristics of White Supremacy Culture by Tema Okun (based on the work of Kenneth Jones and others)
- Scaffolded Anti-Racism Resources list (created by A. Stamborski, N. Zimmermann, and B. Gregory). Links some of the Anti-Racism Resources (created by S. S. Flicker and A. Klein) with Janet E. Helms’ stages of white identity development
- Critical Racial and Social Justice Education from Robin DiAngelo
- Unlearning Racism/Learning Antiracism Book List
- 28 Common Racist Attitude and Behaviors by Deb Leigh
- Culturally Responsive Leadership
- Time Magazine Race in the Workplace - a series of presenations on practical approaches and advancing racial equity, diversity, and inclusion in organizations with Shaun Harper and ZOOM's Chief Diversity Officer Damien Hooper-Campbell
- Race and Health Resource Hub
- President's Advisory Committee on Disability Issues
- Accessible Meeting and Event Checklist from Cornell University
- Disability and Reasonable Accommodation Policy from MSU Office for Civil Rights and Title IX Education and Compliance
Inclusive Language for Course Syllabi
- Diversity & Inclusion Syllabus Statements from Brown University
- Diversity Statement Suggestions from Yale University
- Ideas for Inclusive Language for Course Syllabi (NatSci workshop 2017)
- Pronoun use for syllabi and in class from Lake Forest
- The Toolkit for Inclusive Learning Environments (John Hopkins)
- The Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL Network)
- Charting a Course for Success: America's Strategy for STEM Education
- Currents – Connecting Diversity Scholarship to Practice and Society
- Incorporating anti-racist pedagogy
- White Racial Identity and Anti-Racist Education: A Catalyst for Change, Sandra M. Lawrence and Beverly Daniel Tatum
Humanities in STEM
- "Education: Embed social awareness in science curricula", E. A. Cech, Nature 2014, 505: 477–478.
- "Exploring Perceptions of Social Responsibility in Engineering Students", A. Jahr, Honors Baccalaureate of Science in Bioengineering, Oregon State University, March 3 2016
- "Why STEM Majors Need the Humanities", N. Koblitz, Chronicle of Higher Education, January 6 2017.
- The Urgency of Intersectionality: TED Talk by Kimberlé Crenshaw
- Being Nice is Not Going to End Racism: : Robin DiAngelo
- The Unequal Opportunity Race: African American Policy Forum (graphics and animation by Erica Pinto)
- How To Tell Someone They Sound Racist: Jay Smooth
- Are you racist? 'No' isn't a good enough answer: Marlon James
- National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE) On-Demand Webinars
- When They See Us: Experiences of Black Males Navigating Historically White Institutions
- Tatum, B. D. Defining Racism, Excerpt from Beverly Daniel Tatum's book, Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race (1997)
- Understanding Oppression and “isms” as a system - Dionardo Pizaña, MSU Extension
Racism in STEM
- "An Open Letter: Scientists and Racial Justice: What we can and must do to make science more equitable.", by Joseph Graves and Erich D. Jarvis, from The Scientist, April 8 2018
- "Textbook Racism" How scholars sustained white supremacy", by Donald Yacovone, from The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 8 2018
- "No College is Safe from Racist Incidents", Special Report from the Chronicle of Higher Education, April 18 2018
- "Experience of Black Doctoral Students Underscores Need to Increase Diversity in STEM Fields", by Iowa State University, from Phys.Org, April 10 2018
- "Taking Race Out of Human Genetics", M. Yudell, D. Roberts, R. DeSalle, S. Tishkoff, Science 2016, 351(6273), 564-565
Racism on campus
- "Hate Crimes Won't End Until Toxic "Bro" Culture is Reformed", L. Essig, The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 8 2018.
- "The Awakening", Women and Power in the Academy, The Chronicle of Higher Education
- UNESCO: Gender Equality: Heritage and Creativity
- UNESCO: Cracking the Code: Girl's and Women's Education in STEM
Implicit and Unconscious Bias
- Project Implicit (Implicit Bias Testing)
- "Yes, You have Implicit Biases, Too", D. Gooblar, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 20 2017.
- UCSF Office of Diversity & Outreach Unconscious Bias
- "Allies and Microaggressions", K. A. Rockquemore, Inside Higher Education, April 13 2016
- Making micraggressions visible is key to addressing the impacts - Karen Pace
- Micro-aggressions are linked to stress for people of color, women and those who are gay and lesbian - Karen Pace
Impact of Inclusion on Faculty Retention
- "Please Focus More on Inclusion so that Diversity Recruitment Efforts Can Work", Small Pond Science 2018
- Dismantling Whiteness in Academe - watered-down academic diversity is a reminder of how whiteness structures our interactions in higher education, S. Vidal-Ortiz, Inside Higher Education, November 10, 2017
- "Dismantling Whiteness in Academe, how to begin to dismantle the workings of whiteness and redistribute power dynamics in academe, S. Vidal-Ortiz, Inside Higher Education, April 13, 2018
- What Is Faculty Diversity Worth to a University?, P. Matthew, The Atlantic, Nov. 23, 2016
Inclusion in STEM
- Campus Climate and STEM Success
- Lab heads should learn to talk about racism
- To learn inclusion skills, make it personal, David Asai, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
- Project Biodiversify - tools for promoting diversity and inclusion in biology courses
- Lessons from Microbes: What Can We Learn about Equity from Unculturable Bacteria, by Prof. Beronda L. Montgomery, MSU
- How Black Students Tend to Learn Science
- Honoring the Whole Student: Developing Space for Native American Students in STEM by Supporting Complex Identities, C. Poitra, C., A. Kolonich, A., W. Smythe & Q. Tyler, Native American Institute, 2020
- Toolkit for “Just Science” – guiding questions to explore the intersection of ethics, social justice and science
- "Civic-Centered Chemistry and Biochemistry", C. Maquire; N. Mirsaleh-Kohan; R. D. Sheardy, AACU 2017, 19(4)
- "Toward Inclusive STEM Classrooms: What Personal Role Do Faculty Play?", T. L. Killpack, L. C. Melón, CBE Life Sci Educ, 2016, 15(3): es3.
- AAC&U Cultural Competency Resources - Teaching to Increase Diversity and Equity in STEM (TIDES):
- “Gender Gap in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM): Current Knowledge, Implications for Practice, Policy, and Future Directions”, M. T. Wang, J. L. Degol, Educational Psychology Review 2017, 29(1), 119-140.
- “We Are All for Diversity, but...”: How Faculty Hiring Committees Reproduce Whiteness and Practical Suggestions for How They Can Change; O. Sensoy, R. Diangelo, Harvard Educational Review 2017.
Psychological Interventions, Growth Mindset, and Stereotype Threat
- "Psychological insights for improved physics teaching", L. Aguilar, G. Walton, C. Wieman, Physics Today 2014, 67(5): 43.
- "Mindsets and math/science achievement", The Opportunity Equation. Transforming Mathematics and Science Education for Citizenship and the Global Economy, C. S. Dweck, 2008, Prepared for Carnegie Corporation of New York, Institute for Advanced Study, Commission on Mathematics and Science Education.
- "Thin Ice: Stereotype Threat and Black College Students", C. M. Steele, Atlantic Monthly, August 1999.
- "A brief social-belonging intervention improves academic and health outcomes of minority students", G. M. Walton; G. L. Cohen, Science 2011, 331(6023): 1447-1451.
- "A question of belonging: Race, social fit, and achievement", G. M. Walton; G. L. Cohen, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2007, 92, 82–96.
- "Two Brief Interventions to Mitigate a “Chilly Climate” Transform Women’s Experience, Relationships, and Achievement in Engineering", G. M. Walton, C. Logel, J. M. Peach, S. J. Spencer, M. P. Zanna, Journal of Educational Psychology 2015, 107(2) 468–485.