Anti-Racism Resources

We are in a historic moment in which Indigenous, Black, and racialized people around the world are leading mass movements to defend their humanity and are achieving dramatic changes so that they may live in freedom. At the same time, many white people are recognizing that our society and our systems promote racism in ways they had not noticed or understood before – be it in the workplace, in schools, in policing, in the justice system, in healthcare, in unions, and so forth.

Below you will find resources on a variety of themes to support learning on anti-racism for everyone.

Watch An Introduction to Antiracism for White Folks (video webinar)
A conversation between Paige Galette and Nora Loreto

Scholar and activist Angela Y. Davis has said that in a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist. We must be antiracist.

This webinar features activists Paige Galette and Nora Loreto in conversation on the following topics:

  • What is the difference between non-racism and anti-racism? 
  • What is white people’s role in the fight against racism?

If you are wondering – “why a webinar for white folks?” Please read this backgrounder.

PSAC Ontario will be offering a webinar titled “Understanding and Confronting Racism” on August 10th, 2020 at 6pm as part of the regional webinar series.

They will discuss:

  • Individual, Institutional and Systemic Racism in Canada
  • Unique challenges of Anti-Indigenous and Anti-Black Racism
  • Being Actively Anti-Racist in the Workplace

This webinar is open to everyone.

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Anti-Indigenous Racism and Decolonization

Anti-Black Racism


Anti-Racism Resources For White People


July 20, 2020