Racial Justice Toolkit: Introduction
Introduction: As national instances of police brutality and racially motivated violence have continued to highlight the systemic racism that persists in the United States, many are looking for constructive ways to advocate for civil rights and social justice. While the listings* here are not meant to be exhaustive, it is a guide to help those who are interested in learning more about systemic racism and ways they can be more involved in the fight for social justice.
Some of the links in this guide point to resources at the University at Buffalo, but many can be located via other educational institutions and public libraries. Ask a librarian for assistance if you have any questions about locating resources.
*Inclusion in this guide does not signify endorsement by the University at Buffalo or its School of Law