Discussions on Race and Criminal Justice in America
Scotty’s personally curated list of books, videos, authors, activists, and other resources for learning more about The systemic injustice in our nation’s history and how we can all do better.
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By Joel A. Brown, Ed.D. (he/him/his)
May 30th, 2020
Dr. Brown is a Thought Leader/Organizational Development Strategist/Global Inclusion Practitioner/Adjunct Professor/Poet & Storyteller/Bridge Builder & Truth Teller
Thoughts on how to make sure the pandemic of police brutality stops.
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Loki Mulholland, the son of famous Civil Rights Activist, Joan Trumpauer Mulholland, grapples with his family’s deep roots in racism as he unearth’s his family’s history and the truth behind their slave-owning past.
Together with Luvaghn Brown, a Freedom Rider and activist, Loki explores the United States’ institutions of racism that continue to haunt our country today through his very personal journal.
“The Uncomfortable Truth” is an unapologetic film that lays bare what we all need to understand about each other with an open and honest dialogue on race and society.
Winner of Best Documentary at the Utah Film Awards, National Black Film Festival, and the Park City International Film Festival.
How to be an Antiracist—The Aspen Institute.
“The only way to undo racism is to consistently identify and describe it—and then dismantle it,” writes professor Ibram X. Kendi. This is the essence of antiracism: the action that must follow both emotional and intellectual awareness of racism. Explore what an antiracist society might look like, how we can play an active role in building it, and what being an antiracist in your own context might mean.
This conversation was recorded during the 2019 Aspen Ideas Festival in Aspen, Colorado. The week-long event is presented by the Aspen Institute in partnership with The Atlantic. Prominent leaders and thinkers across business, politics, media, culture, science, and more participate in hundreds of panels, interviews, presentations, and screenings.
A Conversation on Race and Privilege with Angela Davis and Jane Elliott is the latest installment of the student-led Social Justice Solutions series. Each year, we invite activists, thought leaders, and the community to explore action-oriented strategies to affect social change. This year we are honored to host two luminaries who have long been on the front lines of pushing the national conversation on race and racial justice forward.
Bryan Stevenson is the founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, fighting poverty and challenging racial discrimination in the criminal justice system.
Stevenson is also the author of Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption.
It took many federal acts to finally provide legal protection against discrimination. To pass the real estate exam, you must know what these acts are and who they protect. As a real estate agent, you must understand the federal fair housing laws and apply them in real-life practice.