We were so thrilled to have such an amazing panel of speakers and a very engaged audience, during our August virtual event, Returning to the (Virtual) Campus: Activism, Anti-racism and Transforming Community. We received many more questions than we had time for in the Q&A. We have compiled some initial resources. Further, we are excited to share that we will be taking many of the questions and developing expanded responses through a series of blog posts with experts in higher ed. Each post will dive into one question. We plan to release one post every couple of weeks throughout the fall. If you want to get updates about this content, follow us on Facebook and/or keep an eye on our website.
Do you know of any articles that address this double pandemic and how it will affect black faculty in the area of upcoming tenure and promotion evaluation cycles?
Here are some resources that the panelists and broader DDNRC network compiled related to these themes.
- The Problems With Pausing the Tenure Clock by Reem Khamis-Dakwar and Josh Hiller
- Universities Are Freezing Tenure Clocks. What Will That Mean for Junior Faculty of Color? by Sara Weissman
- Pregnant Mother Scholar in a Pandemic by Abiola Farinde-Wu
- Gender, Race, COVID-19 and the Case Against Tenure-Clock Stoppages by Colleen Flaherty
- A Pandemic Amongst a Pandemic: The Black Community Is Exhausted by Leslie Ekpe
For those of us working at PWIs, what does a white person standing in solidarity look like to you?
This question has been coming up frequently in different spaces. Rather than asking panelists to respond and to recreate content, we want to uplift and share work that has been created by others.
- Accomplices not Allies: Abolishing the Ally Industrial Complex from Indigenous Action
- Your Black Friends are Busy by For All of Humanity
- Challenging Anti-Black Racism Ending the Option to Opt Out by Tawana Petty
- Sign up for (and support financially) Anti-Racism Daily
- White Academia: Do Better. by Jasmine Roberts
- Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor. by Layla Saad
- Race Equity and Inclusion Action Guide from the Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Organizational Change Processes from Racial Equity Tools
- Unjust Universities: Part II by Zachary S. Ritter and Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt
- Opportunities for White People in the Fight for Racial Justice
- What White Colleagues Need to Understand by Clarice Brazas and Charlie McGeehan
- White Supremacy Culture in Organizations by Dismantling Racism Works adapted from The Centre for Community Organizations
Additional Books and Resources
- A List compiled by Princeton Students
- Resources & Tools Regarding Racism & Anti-Blackness compiled by Tatum Dorrell, Matt Herndon, Jourdan Dorrell
- The Red Record by Ida B Wells
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