Resources

IT’S TIME TO LISTEN

An educational resource highlighting the voices of those directly and indirectly affected by police violence.

 

COMING TO THE TABLE

An organization that provides leadership, resources, and a supportive environment for all who wish to acknowledge and heal wounds from racism that is rooted in the United States’ history of slavery.

 

THE TRUTH TELLING PROJECT

A project dedicated to uplifting the voices of those affected by structural violence in the United States.

 

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE FOR OAKLAND YOUTH

A non-profit focusing on reducing racial disparities and public costs associated with high rates of incarceration, suspension, and expulsion by facilitating restorative justice practices.

 

THE MOVEMENT FOR BLACK LIVES

An organization making policy demands for black power, freedom, and justice.

 

VOICES OF POLICE VIOLENCE

An educational archive.

 

THE TRUTH TELLING COLLECTIVE

A traveling collective of activist and educators working with communities to help mend race-relations and encourage non-violent change.

 

THE CARICOM REPARATIONS COMMISSION

The Caribbean Reparation Commission outlines the path to reconciliation, truth, and justice for the victims of slavery and their descendants.

 

REGARDING REPARATIONS FOR THE SURVIVORS OF THE TULSA, OKLAHOMA MASSACRE

The dissent by two judges denying the re-hearing en band in 10th circuit court of appeals

 

A Case For Reparations by Ta-Nehisi Coates

 

Ta-Nehisi Coates Blog

 

The Reparations Handbook

Everything you need to learn to plan, teach, and advocate for reparations for Black people in the United States

 

Restitution for American Slavery

A forensic economics approach to calculating the worth of land promised to freed slaves

 

To Freedom: Voices of the Enslaved

Explore slave narratives at the Smithsonian

 

Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers’ Project, 1936 to 1938

More than 2,300 first-person accounts of slavery and 500 black-and-white photographs of former slaves.

 

Mapping Inequality

Mapping Inequality introduces viewer to the records of the Home Owners’ Loan Corporation on a scale that is unprecedented. Here you can browse more than 150 interactive maps and thousands of “area descriptions.” These materials afford an extraordinary view of the contours of wealth and racial inequality in Depression-era American cities and insights into discriminatory policies and practices that so profoundly shaped cities that we feel their legacy to this day.