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Antiracism & Social Justice Resources

Curated collection of resources to use in antiracism and social justice growth and developement.

Organizations: About this page

These organizations cover a range of initiatives that work toward a more humane society and world. They espouse values that reflect their missions: cultural understanding and acceptance, legal causes, educational purposes.

Maybe you will find a space for your efforts among them. Maybe you will be inspired to make a space for yourself and others who share your vision of making a more humane world. Lateral thinking and a growth mindset go further than we imagine.


The Education Trust--West logoThe Educational Trust--West []
Works for educational justice and the high academic achievement of all California students, pre-k through college, particularly those of color and living in poverty.
Teaching Tolerance logoTeaching Tolerance []
Teaching Tolerance offers free resources to educators working with children from kindergarten through high school, with an emphasis on social justice and anti-bias. Resources supplement school curricula, to inform teaching practices, and to create civil and inclusive school communities where children are respected, valued and welcome participants.
Zinn Education Proj. logo​Zinn Education Project []
The Zinn Education Project offers teaching materials for prekindergarten through high school. The materials offer a more complex, engaging, and empowering  understanding of history than is found in traditional textbooks and curricula.


NatlPoliceAccountabilityProj logoNational Police Accountability Project []
The National Police Accountability Project promotes the accountability of law enforcement officers and their employers for violations of the Constitution and laws of the United States.
SouthernPovertyLawCtr. logoSouthern Poverty Law Center []
The Southern Poverty Law Center is a multifaceted organization that tracks hate groups, teaches tolerance, seeks justice for victims of discrimination and hate, and works for systemic change.

Museums & Cultural Institutions

Chinese American Mus. logoChinese American Museum []
The Chinese American Museum provides research into, and preservation of, the history, experiences and contributions of Chinese Americans to America's rich diversity.
Equal Justice Initiative logoEqual Justice Initiative []
The Equal Justice Initiative is dedicated to helping the poor, the incarcerated, and the condemned, providing legal assistance to innocent death row prisoners, confronting abuse of the incarcerated and the mentally ill, and aiding children prosecuted as adults.
Promotes the understanding and appreciation of Filipino history, art, and cultural experiences, and their contribution to American culture and society, through collection, preservation and exhibition.
Japanese American Natl Mus. logoJapanese American National Museum []
Promotes the continual exploration of the meaning and value of ethnicity, and the history of Japanese Americans, and their contributions, to better guard against the prejudice that threatens liberty and equality in a democratic society.
Natl. Civil Rights Mus. logoNational Civil Rights Museum []
The National Civil Rights Museum shares the culture and lessons from the American Civil Rights Movement and how it shapes today's perseptions of equality and freedom globally. The website provides links for educators and students.
Highlights the contributions of African Americans through exhibitions. It serves as a powerful reminder of the multitude of personal, ethnic and cultural histories woven into the birth and growth of the United States.
The NMAAHC has developed a web portal, Talking about Race, an online portal with digital tools, online exercises, video modules, scholarly articles, and over 100 multimedia resources for all people committed to racial equality.
Natl. Mus.-American IndianNational Museum of the American Indian []
Operating three building facilities in Washington, D.C., New York City, and Suitland, Maryland, the National Museum of the American Indian offers exposure to Native voices and cultures from the Artic Circle to Tierra Del Fuego. A "fourth museum" includes websites, traveling exhibitions [], and community programs.