Racism, health, and society
- 13th. Netflix documentary by Ava DuVernay highlighting the criminalization of African Americans and the racism and injustice within the U.S. prison system. Now also available for free viewing on YouTube.
- Brene Brown and Aiko Bethea on Inclusivity at Work: The Heart of Hard Conversations.
- For Black Scientists, the Sorrow is Also Personal. Op-ed by Kafui Dzirasa, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and biomedical sciences at Duke. This article was originally published in Cell Press and was reprinted in Duke Today.
- Telling the Truth About Race. Blog by Don Taylor, Duke professor of public policy.
- The Link Between Experiences of Racism and Stress and Anxiety for Black Americans. An article by Jessica Graham-LoPresti, Tahirah Abdullah, Amber Calloway and Lindsey West.
- White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh.
- Anti-Racism Resources for Students and Professionals in Healthcare: An article on the Nursing License Map website.
- Being Antiracist. To create an equal society, we must commit to making unbiased choices and being antiracist in all aspects of our lives.
- 11 Terms to Understand Structural Racism.
- Duke Libraries anti-racism reading guide.
- The Other America. A recording of Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1967 speech.
- Let the Fire Burn. PBS documentary film recounting the May 13, 1985, tragedy in Philadelphia.
- "A Riot is the Language of the Unheard" Martin Luther King Jr. Explained 53 Years Ago, in The Week
- The History Behind "When The Looting Starts, The Shooting Starts." NPR article by Barbara Sprunt.
- 5-Decade-Long Friendship That Began with a Phone Call. An NPR.com article about the enduring friendship between NPR reporter Nina Totenberg and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Resources at Duke
- Duke Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) remote support.
- Let's Embrace Duke's Entire History. Duke University Archivist Val Gillispie writes in Duke Magazine about the complexity of loving the university and acknowledging its history.
- Duke Office for Institutional Equity. Among other resources, offers foundational and topic specific workshops that provide Duke community members with education and support related to key issues on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.