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The Privilege Institute works to provide strategies, programs, and resources to empower those committed to issues of power, privilege, diversity, and leadership.
The Southern Poverty Law Center is an advocacy organization which is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry.   Their website includes a range of resources including their Teaching Tolerance program that produces and distributes anti-bias materials.
The American Public Health Association has compiled resources on health equity which includes materials on Racism and Health.
Mildred Joyner, incoming President of the National Association of Social Workers, speaks on racism for the Social Workers Against Solitary Confinement with Racism in America’s Human Stain: Black Lives Matter
NASW conducted a Facebook Live Juneteenth Town Hall addressing the Other Pandemic: Racial Injustice.
Want to learn more about how blackness has been treated historically in the United States? Bruce Thyer, Distinguished Research Professor at Florida State University College of Social Work, has created Working Bibliography on the History of Psychology, Blackness, and Racism This bibliography documents (some of) the currently existing literature on blackness, race, and racism in the history of psychology. It is a work in progress. Currently, the bibliography exclusively covers secondary sources (historians’ accounts) only rather than primary ones.

The New Social Worker has published articles describing how we can get involved and promote racial justice: