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AAA reaffirms its commitment to the values of diversity, equity, and human rights. We call on our colleagues to apply their professional research, scholarship, practice, and teaching to overturning the deeply entrenched institutional sources of race-based inequality that are barriers to a more just and sustainable world.
The resources collected below were pulled from various publications, websites, and news outlets. It is our hope that they will provide anthropologists and others with the tools they need to have open and fact-based conversations about race in their communities.
This page will be updated regularly. If you have information you would like to share, please email Jeff Martin using this form.
Trayvon Martin, Race and Anthropology by Leith Mullings
The quality of (in)justice in London's magistrates' courts by John R. Campbell
Race and Rachel Dolezal: A Conversation with Patricia Sunderland
An Addendum by Patricia Sunderland: Witnessing and Speaking Charleston
RISE: Research in Support of Equity from Wiley Online Library is a collection of open access articles and book chapters on how racism influences policy, education, public health and safety, and more.
Syracuse University's "Guidance for Reporting and Writing About Racism," provides guidance for writers reporting about race and how they can produce a more inclusive report.
Statement from AAA - A Rush to Judgment Rather Than Justice
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Statements from Consortium of Social Science Associations