Social Work *: Antiracist Resources

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Getting Started

This page is a collection of links, recommended readings, and resources to get general information and learn about antiracism, anti-oppression and injustice and privilege. Check out the USC Libraries Diversity, Equity and Inclusion guide to find campus and teaching resources. 

If you have any recommended resources to add to this space, please contact me

Antiracism and Anti-oppression

Antiracism in Social Work

Selected Media (Videos, Podcasts, etc)

Stream films and documentaries available through USC Libraries. Social and Systemic Injustice films and documentaries are available through Kanopy, and Black Thought and Culture is available through Alexander Street Press. 

Check out the featured podcast episodes below:

Selected Organizations

Tips for Research

To find research articles and resources on antiracism within the library databases:

  1. Start with developing keywords around the topic. For example: antiracism, white supremacy, anti-Blackness, systemic racism, oppression
  2. Then, using the search strategies detailed on the research guide, combine some of your terms to form a search query
  3. Use the USC Libraries search or select one of the recommended databases below:




Selected Readings

Selected resources from other institutions

Recommended Syllabi

Selected Twitter Hashtags