External Antiracism Media Resources

Allies and Co-Conspirators: Stepping up to Support Anti-Racism

In this new podcast, we address questions from Forum community members about how to support anti-racism work, and specifically:

  • Exploring what it means to be an ally to others
  • How to use one’s own privilege to forward anti-racism efforts

Featuring: Robert Albright, Sheri Brady, Jennifer Splansky Juster, Paul Schmitz, Tracy Timmons-Gray, and Junious Williams.

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Addressing Anti-Blackness on Campus: Implications for Educators and Institutions

In the wake of the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery and others, educators are determining options for a thoughtful response. At first, school superintendents and college presidents responded by releasing public statements to their campus communities. But public statements in and of themselves are meaningless without thoughtful action that addresses the pervasive real and symbolic violence against Black communities. In this webinar, the presenters will address tangible strategies for addressing anti-Blackness in schools, colleges, and universities. All educators and institutions looking for concrete strategies and next steps should attend.

Facilitators: Dr. Frank Harris III. Dr. Regina Stanback Stroud, Dr. J. Luke Wood and Lasana Hotep

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Addressing Hate on Campus: Strategies for Responding to the Rise in Bias and Hate Incidents on College Campuses

ADL partnered with INSIGHT Into Diversity to help colleges and universities understand how to address the rise in hate crimes on America’s campuses. Elissa Buxbaum, ADL’s director of campus affairs, and INSIGHT co-publisher Holly Mendelson led a free webinar on topics such as white supremacist efforts to target and recruit students, understanding hate speech versus First Amendment rights, and creating incident response teams.

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Racism as a Determinant of Health

This NADOHE HPC webinar will engage voices from various areas of health professions to explore how racism has operated historically to create and maintain health inequities among women, men and children of color.

Objectives: Explore racism as a trigger of stress and physiological changes impacting health, discuss ways that racism affects reproductive health in Black women resulting in disproportionate maternal and infant mortality, explore the unique ways that racism impacts the health of Black Men, identify the impact of racism on the developmental health of children of color.

Speakers: Samuel Roberts, PhD, Associate Professor of History and Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia University, Thomas LaVeist, PhD, Dean of the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane University, Monica McLemore, RN, PhD, FAAN, Associate Professor, Family Health Care Nursing, University of California San Francisco, Walter Gilliam, PhD, Elizabeth Mears and House Jameson Professor in the Child Study Center and Professor of Psychology; Director, The Edward Zigler Center in Child Development and Social Policy, Mekbib Gemeda, NADOHE Health Professions Chapter Chair, Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, Eastern Virginia Medical School

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Women of Color Need Courageous Allies in the Academy

Navigating race and gender in the academy can be tricky. Often, Black women and White women find themselves in situations where knowing the best thing to do or say is not always easy or apparent. Sometimes we are silent or fail to act because we are uncertain how to respond in a way that isn’t inappropriate or offensive or even whether we should respond in these types of situations.


The webinar, Women of Color Need Courageous Allies in the Academy: An Open Dialogue with White and Black Women, featured six panelists — three Black and three White — who represent a variety of perspectives across higher education.


Featuring: Shani Barrax Moore, CCDP/AP, Director of Diversity & Inclusion, University of North Texas, Laura A. Belmonte, PhD, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences and Professor of History, Virginia Tech, Karen L. Dace, PhD, Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, Jennifer LaFlam, Professor, American River College, Dreama Moon, PhD, Professor, California State University San Marcos, Menah Pratt-Clarke, PhD, Vice President of Strategic Affairs and Diversity, and Professor of Education at Virginia Tech

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