Anti-Racism Resources

Lifespan Resources for Learning About and Responding to Racism

This painful moment in time calls us to focus our learning and reflection on allyship to people of color, understanding white privilege, and reflecting on how we can part of a systemic sea change and solution in our society. 

This is the beginning of a list of resources and programs we will explore on our own and together in the coming months.  Links for discussions will be posted in the e-news, on the website and Facebook page.  



The 8th Principle Project (Black Lives UU)

The 8th Principle affirms and promotes journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse, multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions.


YouTube Video: A Kid’s Book About Racism (4 minutes)


Anderson Cooper: Kids Speak Their Minds about Race (6 minutes)


Ten Children’s Books About Racism and Activism to Help Parents Educate Their Kids


Seven Reminders for White Parents Talking to their Kids About Police Killing Black People

Spike Lee: Short Film: Will History Stop Repeating Itself?


Five Ways White People Can Take Action in response to White and State-Sanctioned Violence


For Our White Friends Desiring to Be Allies


Deconstructing White Privilege with Dr. Robin DeAngelo  (22 minute video)

* This video will be part of a webinar/discussion series that will be offered this summer by Rev. Robin entitled “White Privilege: Let’s Talk – A Resource for Transformational Dialogue