Education & Other Resources

10 Duke Authored Books on Black History

5 Ways White People Can Take Action in Response to White and State-Sanctioned Violence

Annual Rothschild Lecture: Ebony G. Patterson with Richard J. Powell

Anti-Racism and Allyship 7 Day Journey

Black Comedy & Activism: Extra Credit with Dr. Mark Anthony Neal

Common Sense: Social and Cultural Literacy Resources for Classrooms

Coronavirus Conversations: Impact of COVID on Black Americans & Other People of Color

Dr. Robin DiAngelo disucsses 'White Fragility'

Fuqua: How Understanding Bias is Crucial to Diversity and Equality

Fuqua: Which CEO's Are Talking About Racism and Why

Fuqua: Acting Against Your Assumptions

Fuqua: Discrimination in Financial Markets

Fuqua: How Racially Charged Incidents Across the U.S. Affect Black Employees

Fuqua: The Value of Employee Voice As Firms Address Racism, Inequality

How Not to Be an Ally

John Hope Franklin Center: Left of Black 

Kerry Haynie, AP of Poli Sci/WaPo article on Women of Color in Congress

Leadership for Society: The Podcast

Lifelong Learning website

Lifelong Learning YouTube channel

Living While Black

My Brothers Keeper

National Humanities Center Education Programs: Humanities in Class

National Humanities Center Virtual Book Club Series: Race and Injustice

National Museum of African History & Culture: Talking About Race

Obama Foundation: Anguish and Action

Open Yale Course: African American History – From Emancipation to the Present

Overturn the Oligarchy w/ Cathy Park Hong & Caroline Randall Williams

Point of Reckoning: The Fight for Racial Justice at Duke University (Duke Press, 2021) by Ted Segal '77

Project Implicit

Sothern Poverty Law Center: Teaching Tolerance

TEDx: Let's Get To the Root of Racial Injustice – Megan Ming Francis

The Critical Role White Parents Play in Shaping Racism – and Eradicating It

The New York Times Magazine: The 1619 Project

The Road to Desegregation at Duke

White Supremacist Violent Extremism: How Can It Be Prevented