Race and University Life: Readings for MU Faculty and Staff
At this time, most of the readings relate to racism against African-Americans, when they deal with only one race, because this is the largest racial minority at MU, and because there are some experiences of racism connected with the history of slavery in
This guide was put together in November 2015, as a response to anti-racist activism at the University of Missouri. Some information overlaps with this guide, but much does not, so we encourage MU students to look at it. If you run into broken links or paywalls there, you can look the sources up using http://library.missouri.edu.
What racism even is in the first place depends on who you ask. This CNN report is good at summing up some strands of the sociological and social psychological research on racism and implicit bias. Ellis Library owns a copy of the book referenced here (call number: E184.A1 B597 2003)