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Anti-Black, Anti-Indigenous & Systemic Racisms

police defunding, racism in healthcare, intersectionality

updated February 2024

News sources where you might find stories dealing with many forms of racisms, and resistance. 

Aimed at educators (but also useful for researchers):
  • Cultivating a Conscientious Citation Practice 
    A post from the unwritten histories blog. More than a dozen ideas and links to useful resources. 
  • Appropriation vs. Incorporation: Indigenous Content in the Canadian History Classroom
    This post is part of a Beyond the Lecture mini-series, dedicated to the issue of teaching Indigenous history and the inclusion of Indigenous content in the classroom. Our goal is to provide resources for educators at all levels to help navigate the often fraught terrain of teaching Indigenous content.
  • Citation Politics (episode 51, Historical Reminiscents podcast)
    In this episode I talk about the politics of citation and developing a more pro-active and critical approach to thinking about citations.
  • Footnotes (Books and Papers Scattered about the Floor) 
    I believe that bibliographies and endnotes and references and sources are alternative stories that can, in the most generous sense, centralize the practice of sharing ideas about liberation and resistance and writing against racial and sexual violence. Chapter from the book Dear Science and Other Stories by Katherine McKittrick. 
  • Decolonizing Attribution: Traditions of Exclusion
     [...] a structural critique of attribution as it is figured in colonial practices and ongoing settler-colonial logics that form the basis for creating, circulating, and sharing knowledge through research practices, methods, and platforms. byJane Anderson and Kimberly Christen.
  • Cite Black Authors Database of work authored by Black academics
    We seek to enhance recognition and citation of Black academic voices. Our approach requires a shift from traditional citation practices that are passive and white-centric to active citation practices that both quantify and equilibrate racial representation. 
  • Cite Black Women 
    Cite Black Women is a Black feminist intellectual project, praxis, and global movement to decolonize the practice of citation by redressing the epistemic erasure of Black women from the literal and figurative bibliographies of the world. (from Feminist Anthropology, May 2021 issue)




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