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How White People Got Made | Medium

Institutional Racism - a definition | Huffington Post

Explaining White Privilege To a Broke White Person | Occupy Wall Street

Chronic Disparity: Strong and Pervasive Evidence of Racial Inequalities | Race and Public Policy Conference

Straight White Male: The Lowest Difficulty Setting There Is | John Scalzi

29 Things White People Do - And What They Should Do Instead | Baltimore Racial Justice Action

For White Anti-Racists Holding Back From Stepping Up | TruthOut


Our Biased Brains | New York Times

How To Be a White Ally | Black Millenials

I Am Racist, and So Are You | Being Shadoan

On Racism and White Privilege | Teaching Tolerance

What is Institutional Racism | Professor Vernillia Randal

Institutional Racism | Huffington Post

Why There Is No Such Thing As Reverse Racism | Daily Kos

What My Bike Has Taught Me About White Privilege | A Little More Sauce

10 Simple Ways White People Can Step Up to Fight Everyday Racism | Everyday Feminism

12 Ways To Be A White Ally To Black People | The Root

9 Clueless Things White People Say When Confronted With Racism | Daily Dot

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The Whiteness Project | POV


The Trauma of Racism | The McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research

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