Racial Justice Resources


In Solidarity

We take a knee to pray, to propose marriage, to pause in reflection, to embrace a small child, to pay respect, to grieve, to humble ourselves. We can follow the example of those all over the country, from peaceful protesters to celebrities to figures in law enforcement, who are taking a knee.
View the solidarity gallery

Understanding Bias and Privilege


White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack – Peggy McIntosh

Racial Bias Test – this will help you understand what your biases are for yourself

University of Southern California’s Diversity Toolkit: A Guide to Discussing Identity, Power, and Privilege

89 Racial Equity Resources for Healthcare, Education, and Communities:

The day after Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, a teacher named Jane Elliott designed what became known as the Blue Eyes – Brown Eyes exercise. Elliott demonstrated how quickly people fall into patterns of privilege and preference.

News and Feature Articles


Here is a list of independent black-owned bookstores.


‘Whistling Vivaldi’ And Beating Stereotypes – National Public Radio

Well-Meaning White PeopleSmartest Person in the Room with Laura Tremaine

A Decade Of Watching Black People DieCode Switch from National Public Radio

How to Be an Antiracist – Brené Brown with Ibram X. Kendi

Black Voices in Health Care – The Nocturnists


Education Opportunities

UNAC/UHCP 2023 scholarship applications are open through May 5.

Delta Sigma Theta Inc. (Pomona Valley Alumnae Chapter) is accepting scholarship applications for 2023 through March 10.