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Black Lives Matter: Antiracism Resources: HOME

A collection of resources to help individuals understand anti-Black racism and begin antiracist work.

Antiracism is the idea that there are two choices: racist or antiracist. Denison's mission, to become autonomous thinkers, discerning moral agents and active citizens of a democratic society, requires us to choose to be antiracist and to proactively work to dismantle racism. These are resources to help us to do the work. 

Black fist raised against the Columbus, OH skyline.

Photo: natiart via Instagram (Columbus 2020 BLM Protest)

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