Racial equity reading and learning resources

In service to our commitment to racial equity, the National Partnership recognizes that learning about racism and racial equity is an ongoing process.

That’s why we launched a bi-weekly reading and learning group where staff members facilitate conversations about aspects of race, bias and inequity. See below for some of the resources we’ve explored and check back for updates as we continue to learn together.


Technology, visual communication and racial bias

Roma and articles related to themes within the film

Racism in the U.S. women’s suffrage movement

History of racist housing policies/current discrimination in housing access

Intergenerational trauma via Sam Schimmel’s story

Impact of implicit bias on sexual violence

Institutional racism in health care

Arab identity, citizenship and legal constructions of whiteness

White philanthropy and social movements