rainbow   Links to anti-racism scholarly and activist sites. Brief descriptions are for the most part quotes from the original Internet pages.

The Global Privileges of Whiteness by Kendall Clark of the Monkey Fist Collective - analysis of W.E.B. Du Bois' idea "Whiteness is ownership of the earth." Loads of links here and in the collective's site.

Black Radical Congress - Organization formed to unite the Black left in order to rebuild a pole of radicalism in the African-American people's movement. W recognized that we should not replicate the existing work of Black radicals and their organizations, but should help to build upon that work.

The Anti-racism Net - A project of the Institute for Global Communication. A good source for current events and activism against racism.

Mumia Abu Jamal - International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia maintains this site. Contains news updates and links to other organizations struggling for his freedom. Mumia is an ex-Black Panther and a political prisoner held in Pennsylvania. He was framed for the death of a Philadelphia policeman in 1982.

Women of Color Resources - The Women of Color Web is dedicated to providing access to writings by and about women of color in the U.S. We focus specifically on issues related to feminisms, sexualities, and reproductive health and rights. The site also provides links to organizations, discussion lists, and academic tools concerned specifically with women of color. Authors whose works are featured on the site include: Ana Castillo, Angela Davis, bell hooks, Patricia Hill Collins, Kimberle Crenshaw, Marlene Gerber Fried, Elaine J. Hall, Iris Lopez, Lynn Lu, Sia Nawrojee, Laurie Nsia-Jefferson, Dorothy E. Roberts, Loretta Ross, Sonia Shah, Jael Silliman, Barbara Smith, Stephen Trombley, and Martha Ward.

Women's Issues in Third World Countries - a set of links to lots of information about global issues and struggles.

Asian American concerns and issues - contains links to topics of concern to the Asian American community.

NativeWeb - NativeWeb is an international, nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to using telecommunications including computer technology and the Internet to disseminate information from and about native or Indigenous nations, peoples and organizations around the world; to foster communication between native and non-native peoples; to conduct research involving native peoples' usage of technology and the Internet; and to provide resources, mentoring, and services to facilitate native use of this technology.

Malcolm X research site - This web page is designed to be a resource for scholarship in Black Studies and the political development of activists in the Black Liberation Movement. Malcolm X: A Research Site has been developed in the spirit of Academic Excellence and Social Responsibility, intending to make a contribution toward preserving the radical Black tradition.

The Martin Luther King Project - The King Papers Project at Stanford University is a major research effort to assemble and disseminate historical information concerning Martin Luther King, Jr. and the social movements in which he participated.

N'COBRA - National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America.

Challenging White Supremacy Workshop - A workshop for activists and organizers to collectively empower ourselves as more effective anti-racist activists and organizers. Oriented toward white people interested in being an anti-racist activist. Member of The Institute for Global Communications.

Colours of Resistance - A grassroots network of people who consciously work to develop anti-racist, multiracial politics in the movement against global capitalism. We are committed to helping build an anti-racist, anti-imperialist, multiracial, feminist, queer and trans liberationist, anti-authoritarian movement against global capitalism. We are committed to integrating an anti-oppression framework and analysis into all of our work.

Council on American-Islamic Relations - 453 New Jersey Ave SE ~ Washington, DC 20003-4034 Tel. 202.488.8787 ~ Fax. 202.488.0833 ~

The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee A Civil rights organization committed to defendin the rights of people of Arab descent an protecting their rich cultural heritage. ADC, which is non-sectarian, non- partisan is the largest Arab-American grassroots organization in the United States. It was founded in 1980 by former Senator James Abourezk and has chapters nationwide.

SUNY - Cortland Philosophy Web Connections page - lots of links to important documents, Internet resources in philosophy, multiculturalism, Women's issues, African American and Native American sites, homelessness, etc.

Diversity Database at University of Maryland - Excellent resources on a wide range of diversity issues, including resources for race and ethnicity, gender, age, physical ability, and class.

Literature on Race, Ethnicity - lots of online speeches, articles, and references from Dr. Lawrence M. Hinman, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Values Institute at the University of San Diego.

Race and multiculturalism- links to important articles online from English Department at Carnegie Mellon.

The Multicultural Pavilion - resources and dialogues for educators, students and activists including arts and music, teaching tools, statistical databases, international links and more.

Women's Studies database - The University of Maryland women's studies database, begun in September 1992, serves those people interested in the women's studies profession and in general women's issues.

Little White Lies: An Interview with anti-racist activist Tim Wise. Wise has appeared on hundreds of television and radio programs to discuss the rise of the far-right and the influence of racial prejudice on public policy. He has squared off against white supremacists, religious fundamentalists and noted conservatives. LiP Magazine

Five essays by four different people as a collaborative project critiquing the white supremacist state, from various vantage points. (Submitted by RPA member Steve Martinot)

Critical White Studies. Essays by Steve Martinot on the structures of racialization in the US, the nature of white racialized identity, and some of the problems in contesting white supremacy.


Created by Kathryn Russell
SUNY Cortland - Philosophy
Email: russellk@cortland.edu

Last modified 9-29-03