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Race awareness

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Understanding Race

As this website opens, users will see a set of overlapping images of different human faces, as a narrator's voice intones: "Race: Are we so different?" It's an intriguing and important question, and one that is addressed through a number of lenses on this site, created by the American Anthropological Association, with funding from the Ford Foundation and the National Science Foundation. As their...
Arts of Citizenship

A wide range of scholars and students are doing publicly engaged, innovative work in the arts, humanities, and design at the University of Michigan. This website brings together much of their work in a visually engaging, compelling way. Front and center on this homepage is a blog, which contains links to conversations about historic landmarks, graduate student summer internships, creating a "new"...
Institute of Race Relations

The Institute of Race Relations (IRR) was established as an independent educational charity in 1958 "to carry out research, publish and collect resources on race relations throughout the world." The mission of the IRR changed in 1972 quite dramatically as it began to focus on responding directly to institutionalized racism in Britain and the rest of Europe. Today, interested parties can look over...
Talking About Race

Recognizing that "talking about race, although hard, is necessary," this resource from the National Museum of African American History and Culture aims to provide individuals, educators, and caregivers with tools to have productive and conscious conversations. These resources were created in response to the Museum's most frequent question: "How [do I] talk about race[?]" Readers may want to begin...