The resources on this page are meant to assist with encouraging, initiating, and facilitating cultural and intercultural discussions. Scroll down to view resources by content type.
Saad, L.F. (2017, August 15). I need to talk to spiritual white women about white supremacy: Part one [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://laylafsaad.com/poetry-prose/white-women-white-supremacy-1
Saad, L.F. (2017, October 16). I need to talk to spiritual white women about white supremacy: Part two [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://laylafsaad.com/poetry-prose/white-women-white-supremacy-2
Jason, K., & Epplen, S. N. (2016). Interrogating Ourselves in a Racialized World: Using Personal Experience to Improve Students’ Understanding of Racism. Sociology of race and ethnicity, 2(4), 584-590. Find in a local library. Fielding users can access this article by connecting to the SAGE Premier database and searching for the title.
Frye, M. (1983). On being white: Thinking toward a feminist understanding of race and race supremacy. The politics of reality: Essays in feminist theory, 110, 27. Find the collection in a local library. Read the essay online.
The Combahee River Collective. (1983). The Combahee River Collective Statement. In B. Smith (Ed.) Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology (pp. 264-274). New York, NY: Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press. Find in a local library.
*The statement is posted many places online and can be found via web search.
F. W. Twine & C. A. Gallagher. (2012). Introduction: The future of whiteness: a map of the 'third wave'. In C. A. Gallagher & F. W. Twine (Eds.) Retheorizing race and whiteness in the 21st century: Changes and challenges (pp. 1-20). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis. Find in a local library. Article version from Racial & Ethnic Studies journal posted here.