Combating Oppression, Striving for Justice
Tips for keeping your privilege in check from Tools for Change. Noticing and changing what we take for granted, we make room for everyone’s contribution.Continue
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences.
Dr. Camara Jones shares four allegories on “race” and racism. She hopes that these "telling stories" empower you to do something different, and that you will remember them and pass them on.
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These updated guidelines provide guidance to State courts and child welfare agencies implementing the Indian Child Welfare Act's (ICWA) provisions in light of written and oral comments received during a review of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Guidelines for State Courts in Indian Child Custody Proceedings published in 1979. They also reflect recommendations made by the Attorney General's Advisory Committee on American Indian/Alaska Native Children Exposed to Violence and…Continue
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Rinku Sen President of Race Forward & Publisher of Colorlines introduces the "What Is Systemic Racism?" video series featuring their very own Jay Smooth.
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Jay Smooth on, Moving the Race Conversation Forward, a report by Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation that aims to reshape and reform the way we talk about race and racism in our country.
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In October 2011, Jay Smooth did a TEDx talk at Hampshire College. In this talk, he elaborates on ideas expressed in his video, "How to tell people they sound racist." He offers insightful and humorous suggestions for expanding our perception of the subject.Continue
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According to Derald Wing Sue, Racial microaggressions are brief and commonplace daily verbal, behavioral, or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative racial slights and insults toward people of color. Perpetrators of microaggressions are often unaware that they engage in such communications when they interact with racial/ethnic minorities.
Here's a clip from Cracking the Codes: The system of racial…Continue
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Franchesca Ramsey, a.k.a. Chescaleigh, posted this video on YouTube talking about how to apologize when you get called out for saying or doing something that upholds the oppression of a marginalized group of people.
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Recently posted to the National Child Welfare Resource Center for Organizational Improvement (NRCOI) website, is an archived recording of Leading Efforts to Identify and Address Disparities, a webinar presented January 20, 2011, highlighting strategies agencies can use to respond to disproportionality. The National Resource Center for Child Welfare Data and Technology co-sponsored the event with…Continue
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At the end of January, the Child Advocacy Program at Harvard Law School hosted the conference, "Race in Child Welfare: Disproportionality, Disparity, Discrimination: Re-Assessing the Facts, Re-Thinking the Policy Options." Elizabeth Bartholet, faculty director of the Child Advocacy Program, organized the conference, which included some of the most influential…Continue
Added by Jon Pettigrew on February 7, 2011 at 10:30pm — No Comments
There are some films which cause you to think about things you hadn't previously considered, lead you to reconsider your world through a different lense, or allow you a window into a world of which you had previously been unaware. Great films are ones that you find yourself talking about and thinking about long after they are over.
One of my favorite short films is The Lunch Date (1989), directed by Adam Davidson. This 10 and a half minute short is based on the urban legend, "The…Continue
Added by Jon Pettigrew on January 22, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Here is a great video that speaks to the needs of lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, tansgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth in foster care. You'll hear snippets of various interviews regarding the experience of LGBTQ youth in foster…Continue
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Reparable Harm: Assessing and addressing disparities faced by boys and men of color in California is a report prepared by the RAND Corporation and funded by the California Endowment. As a means of identifying possible starting points for addressing disparities for boys and men of color, authors Lois M. Davis, M. Rebecca Kilburn and Dana J. Schultz…Continue
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Protecting Children, Vol. 20, No. 1 -- The Influence of Culture and Cultural Competence on Child and Family Well-Being
This volume challenges us to understand how the field of child welfare must adapt to accommodate the constantly changing population characteristics of our society. The articles present urgent issues facing child and family welfare, including…
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“Cultural racism …is like smog in the air. Sometimes it is so thick it is visible, other times it is less apparent, but always, day in and day out, we are breathing it in. None of us would introduce ourselves as “smog breathers” (and most of us don’t want to be…Continue
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