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- Wornie Reed’s What the Data Say, a blog about race & social policy and other social issues.
Articles and other resources for learning more about the underlying issue around racism.
- Responding to Charlottesville from Learning for Justice.
- The Aftermath of Police Shootings, by Jehan Jillani, January 29, 2015, The New Yorker magazine.
- White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack, by Peggy McIntosh
- Occupy Wall Street and White Privilege from Center for the Study of White Culture, Inc. blog.
- The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hate Map
- Memphis and Racism in Policing by Wornie Reed (pdf)
- Submit a Letter to the Editor Roanoke Times (link)
- How to Speak at a School Board Meeting (MCPS)
- Constructing an MCPS Equity Message
- Indivisible New River Valley, VA
- League of Women Voters of Montgomery County, VA
- NAACP (Montgomery County-Radford City-Floyd County)
- Southern Poverty Law Center
- Showing Up For Racial Justice