You've just experienced an event with Debby - now what? See below for resources that can help you dive deeper into learning, and make a plan for action.
Race: The Power of an Illusion
Three one-hour episodes offering a quick-but-deep examination of the biology of race, the melting pot idea, and housing discrimination--where Debby first learned that WWII GIs of color were not able to access the GI bill benefits as her white father had.
In the White Man's Image
One-hour documentary that tells the story of the Indian Boarding School movement.
Home from School: The Children of Carlisle
Documentary highlighting the current practice of indigenous people healing from Indian Boarding School trauma through reclaiming children's remains and returning them to their ancestral homes.
Mapping Inequality: Redlining in New Deal America
Use this interactive website to explore redlining maps coast to coast. Can you find a town/city you know well?
The invisibility of indigenous peoples and their land is part and parcel of white supremacy. This interactive map shows where indigenous nations live/d, worshipped, farmed, loved, and thrived for 16,000+ years. Whose land are you on?
Tribal Land Acknowledgements - What they are and Why we need to do them
"We should absolutely expect to learn the true and accurate stories of this land, and this land's longest occupants, especially when we reside on this land where the people and their stories happened." --Claudia Fox Tree