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Anti-Racism

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Introduction

Anti-racism is an active way of seeing and being in the world, in order to transform it. Because racism occurs at all levels and spheres of society (and can function to produce and maintain exclusionary "levels" and "spheres"), anti-racism education/activism is necessary in all aspects of society. In other words, it does not happen exclusively in the workplace, in the classroom, or in selected aspects of our

lives. http://www.aclrc.com/antiracism-defined

While no means comprehensive, this guide has been developed to support campus conversations about anti-racism.  To inform conversations, these websites discuss the multidimensional aspects of racism:

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