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With a particular focus on South Africa this board looks to gather helpful resources and inspirations with regards to race and how we move forwards together.

Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates can be found in the Mayfield Library. National Book Award Winner for Nonfiction

Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates can be found in the Mayfield Library. National Book Award Winner for Nonfiction

Anger, frustration, hatred or irritation call it whatever you want to call but this emotion has been called humans' worst enemy because it blocks

Race with me: The voices in my head

The second video in the Race with Me series takes an introductory look at the idea of White Privilege, a concept many people feel scared or threatened by.

Deep Dive Dinners: If you invite them

Having recently hosted three Deep Dive Dinner Conversations in Durban and chatting with friends about doing more, this feels like a helpful post to share.

What if there were no Whites in South Africa: book review

What if there were no Whites in South Africa: book review

#NotOnOurWatch II: Tattoo man vs car guard

The Secret Life of the Real Banksy Robin Gunningham - The Daily Beast

Agreeing to disagree in the very best of ways...

Agreeing to disagree in the very best of ways...

Philandro Castile, Imizamo Yethu and the uneven choice

Philandro Castile, Imizamo Yethu and the uneven choice

Give these people [of diversity] the mic!

Give these people [of diversity] the mic!

The revolution is happening [bring hashtags!]

Non-attachment means we must love things as hard as we can because they will inevitably change.

Race with me: White guilt?

The second video in the Race with Me series takes an introductory look at the idea of White Privilege, a concept many people feel scared or threatened by.

The Better Coloured: some thoughts from Juliet Paulse

The Better Coloured: some thoughts from Juliet Paulse

The Better Coloured/Black/Indian

10 Things Black People Fear That White People Don't (Or Don't Nearly as Much) Statistically and in practice, black people have more to fear than whites do.

We are still calling him 'boy'

We are still calling him 'boy'

Do you see people that you interact with on a daily basis? I mean really see them? One way we can dehumanise people is when we stop acknowledging them

Do you see people that you interact with on a daily basis? I mean really see them? One way we can dehumanise people is when we stop acknowledging them