People and organizations offering antiracist tools, knowledge and strategies.

The Making of Ferguson

"Neighborhoods that appear to be integrated are almost always those in transition, either from white to mostly black (like Ferguson), or from black to increasingly white (like St. Louis’s gentrifying neighborhoods). Such population shifts in St. Louis and in other metropolitan areas maintain segregation rules established a century ago."

Richard Rothstein

Media Literacy Core Principles

"The purpose of media literacy education is to help individuals of all ages develop the habits of inquiry and skills of expression that they need to be critical thinkers, effective communicators and active citizens in today’s world."

National Association for Media Literacy Education

Thanksgiving Toolkit

"SURJ is offering two ways to help support white folks in having tough conversations with other white folks -- conversations that are necessary if we want to break silence about race in this country."

Showing Up For Racial Justice


The Staff and Leadership of The City's Arts and Culture Sector Should More Fully Reflect The Diversity of Our City's Population.

New Yorkers want to ensure that their communities are reflected at all levels of the city’s cultural organizations—now and into the future.

188,00 NYC Creators


Implicit Bias: Inequitable Outcomes

"We need to understand that our current legal structure does not work in terms of how we do race in America right now.  Which means it doesn't work for anyone cause we all have a race."

Maya Wiley



Les Miserables, Black Lives Matter, and the Complacency of White Liberal Theatre Communities

"I like to think of theatre communities as progressive and accepting, but the truth is that we have a long way to go.  Though the extent of which varies from company to company (and geographically), even the most liberal theatre companies are largely inaccessible, and cater their art towards old, rich, white people."   

Sheridan Merrick

Is This How Discrimination Ends?

"Observe your own stereotypes and replace them."   

Will Cox