On Tuesday, Oct. 3, an interdisciplinary panel of Syracuse professors met to start a conversation on racism, including anti-semitism and white privilege based on the events in Charlottesville, Virginia the summer of 2017. The Teach-in was initiated by Dr. Kishi Animashaun-Ducre, African American Studies and was scheduled and facilitated by Dr. Amy Lutz, Sociology. The speakers were:
This guide includes resources in support of the October 3rd Teach-in, including links to curriculum guides, books, and databases owned and subscribed by Syracuse University Libraries as well as links to a couple of YouTube videos on the issue.
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Photo of Charlottesville riot at University of Virginia
Please note that these links are unstable and may disappear.
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