STAGE ONE — AWARENESS

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Stage one of becoming antiracist is AWARENESS. It is the stage of the process where you become aware of the systemic problems caused and perpetuated by racism. WCS won’t provide too many unique resources for you in this stage, but we do share monthly reading lists so that you may stay informed about the relevant conversations taking place in Black, Indigenous, and Communities of Color every day.


MONTHLY READING LISTS

Each month, this page will upload four new articles - each written by a black, indigenous, person of color (BIPOC) - for you to develop the habit of amplifying their voices. While the information will be updated here on a monthly basis, signing up for the monthly newsletter will have them delivered to your inbox on the first Monday of each month.

Febuary 2018 -

WEEK ONE: The Year I Gave Up White Comfort: An Ode to my White “Friends” on Being Better to Black Womxn - by Rachel Ricketts

WEEK TWO: How Whiteness and Queerantagonism Go Hand in Hand and Why the Colonized Follow Suit - by Son of Baldwin

WEEK THREE: A Neverending Quest For Sovereignty - by Shamira Ibrahim

WEEK FOUR: A New Force In Politics: Black Woman As Game Changers And Shot Callers - by Derek T. Dingle

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JANUary 2018 -

WEEK ONE: When Feminism is White Supremacy in Heels by Rachel Cargle.

WEEK TWO: Uprooting Colonialism: The Limitations of Indigenous People’s Day - Indigenous Action Media Collective & Friends.

WEEK THREE: Why Is Nobody Talking About Cristiano Ronaldo’s Rape Accusation? - Nian Hu.

WEEK FOUR: I Wont Support An Elizabeth Warren Presidency While She Appropriates My Identity by Rebecca Nagle.