What does it really mean to be an ally?
Becoming an ally isn't a one-and-done process. It takes a continual effort and a desire to gain fresh perspectives.
Knowing what actions to take as an ally isn't a one-stop shop. We encourage you to continually learn different perspectives, histories and individual truths, and then use that knowledge to spur change. Here are some resources to start your process.
Knowledge is power. Gain understanding to become a powerful ally in all aspects of your life by taking our online, non-credit certificate.
UW-LaCrosse students of color share their experiences on a predominantly white campus.
It’s not enough to just be not racist – in order to truly confront prejudice, we must be anti-racist.
Bello Collective created a list of 16 podcasts that confront and explain racism and its ideal.
Six tips for what to do if you witness a racially-motivated attack–don't be a bystander!
A quick guide to pronouncing Hmong names.
Racism relies on ignorance. Educate yourself to cut off individual discrimination at its source.
In her TEDxTalk, Dr. Watts Smith dispels what we think we know about racism and explores what we can do in order to live in a post-racist society.
MTV debunks four Black Lives Matter myths in under five minutes.
Why does America have such a high rate of incarceration? Director Ava DuVernay seeks to answer this question in the 13th film documentary.
Corey King, our Vice Chancellor for University Inclusivity and Student Affairs, strives to build a campus of inclusivity. If you need any help accessing resources, get in touch with him.