Against Racism Resources – Articles

Ta-Nehisi Coates, “The Case for Reparations,” June 2014

Kriston McIntosh, Emily Ross, Ryan Nunn, and Jay Shanbaugh, “Examining the Black White Wealth Gap,” February 27, 2020.

The Assumptions of White Privilege and What We Can Do About It by Fr. Bryan N. Massigale

Dear White Catholics: It’s time to be Anti-Racist and Leave White Fragility Behind

Colleen Gibson, “Admitting Blindness: Seeing My Blind Spots and Trying to Do Better,” July 10, 2020.

Alex Vlasic, “Going to the Root: How White Caucuses Contribute to Racial Justice”, July 3, 2019

Call to Action Places Emphasis on Anti-racism Work, Action, by Gina Ciliberto in National Catholic Reporter

Extended Compassion for Racial Healing and Equity

Defending America’s Whiteness by Deborah L. Plummer on Medium

The Race Gap

Racism vs. Discrimination: Why the Distinction Matters

As a Non-Black POC, We Need to Address Anti Blackness

As a Non-Black POC, We Need to Address Anti Blackness

Race- The Power of Illusion: Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Racism by Charter for Compassion

How to Reduce Racial Stress: And Collectively Dismantle Systemic Racism

Racism’s Cognitive Toll: Subtle Discrimination is More Taxing on the Brain

From Disparities to Discrimination: Getting at the Roots of Food Insecurity in America

White Journalists are Still Using the N-Word. This is and Intolerable Assault on Black Freedom

BBC: Genetic Impact of African Slave trade Revealed in DNA Study

Diversity and Inclusion Recommended Resources by FEG Investment Advisors

Paying Attention to White Culture and Privilege: A Missing Link to Advancing Racial Equity (Foundation Review)

Can We Be Friends? White Women and Women of Color in Conversation About Race

Anne Arabome: I can’t breathe because God can’t breathe

Michael Sean Winters: Will it be different this time? Will we face our racism?

Franciscan Fr. Dan Horan: When will the US bishops address the evil of systemic racism headon?

“White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack”

“What a Forgotten Black Nun Can Teach Us About Racism and Covid-19”

“The church must make reparation for its role in slavery, segregation” by S. D. Williams

“Confessions of a Former Black Nun” by Deborah Plummer

Ignatian Solidarity Network Lent 2021

Religion, A Force Against Gender Equality in Nigeria

A Racial Justice Guide to Thanksgiving

The Cry of an Angry Black Man in a World Sick with Racism by Fr. Gregory Chisholm, S.J.

The Pitfalls and Promise of Increasing Racial Diversity: Threat, Contact, and Race Relations in the 21st Century in the Association for Psychological Science

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance Resource guide on Anti-Asian Violence

Rebranding: Aunt Jemima Has a New Name.

Digging Into the Roots of my Racialized Childhood 3.5.21 by Susan Rose Francois Global Sisters Report

Speak up: Responding to Everyday Bigotry

The Journey from ‘Colored’ to ‘Minorities’ to ‘People of Color’ by Key Malesky in NPR

Catholic Health Association: Ending Racial Health Disparities

Black and Latino Catholic agree: Our Lives Matter by Adrienne Alexander

103 Things White People Can do for Racial Justice

“Racism among white Christians is higher than among the nonreligious” by Robert Jones

“The Catholic Sisters Who Confronted Their Own Legacy of Racism”

Microaggressions Are A Big Deal: How To Talk Them Out And When To Walk Away | NPR

When you say you ‘don’t see race’, you’re ignoring racism, not helping to solve it | The Guardian

21 Racial Microaggressions You Hear On A Daily Basis | Buzzfeed
A photographer at Fordham asked her peers to write down the microaggressions they’ve encountered. Read what they had to say.

The Catholic Church & Antiblackness: An Interview with Katie Grimes, Ph.D. | The Jesuit Post

The Systemic Erasure of the Black/Dark-Skinned Body in Catholic Ethics | Bryan Massingale

Black theology and a legacy of oppression | M. Shawn Copeland for America Magazine

The History of Black Catholics in America | Smithsonian Magazine

Kelsey Blackwell, “Why People of Color Need Spaces Without White People,” The Arrow: A Journal of Wakeful Society, Culture & Politics, November 18, 2018

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