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Anti-Racism Resources

Black Minds Matter was designed as a free, public course to draw parallels between the violence facing Black Lives in policing and the symbolic violence facing Black Minds in schools, colleges, and universities.

For a local perspective here in Massachusetts, journalist Latoyia Edwards is joined by a panel of changemakers who take a deep dive into systemic racism in our area from classroom to career. They delve into the problems, what is being done, what needs to be done, and we shine a light on beacons of hope, one of which is Nativity Prep in Jamaica Plain.

Tools for Educators

E-Books from the NSCC Library