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#ScholarStrike Resources

Wed. Sep. 9, 2020

Originating in the U.S., Scholar Strike Canada is a nationwide coordination of labour action, teach-in opportunities, and social justice advocacy with a specific focus on anti-indigenous, colonial violence. Keeping in solidarity, UWinnipeg Librarians and Archivists have collaborated on a collection of resources on systemic racism and the fight for equality at home. Below is a list of the resources available:

Race, Racialization, and Racism Research Guide: Intended to support research in a variety of disciplines, this guide provides resources for identifying and understanding the processes surrounding racialization, structural disparity, advantage, and disadvantage in society.

Data & Statistics Guide: A collection of data and statistics databases related to police violence, discrimination, deadly force.

Finding Research on Police Brutality and Systematic Racism: Video overview of keyword searching and subject headings can be useful for locating sources about police brutality, systemic racism, and the anti-racist movements that seek to fight these injustices.

BIPOC Collections Overview: A video overview of how to access the UWinnipeg Archives BIPOC collection, coverage, and intended use.

Local OrganizationsA list of local organizations where you can learn more about systemic racism, police defending, and resistance to racial oppression, or to make a donation.

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