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Rady Office of Anti-Racism: Race, Racism, Anti-Racism Resources

This guide considers themes related to race, racism, and anti-racism to advance anti-racist practice within the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences.

The resources cover a broad range of topics, including race, racism and health, racism and trauma, Black health and wellness, systemic racism, as well as the impact of COVID-19 on racially diverse communities.

For more information, please consult the anti-racism resources within Rady Office of Anti-Racism.

How to Find Resources

Select any of the tabs below to access anti-racism resources by resource type.







Journal Articles


Scarborough Charter


Anti-Racism Facilitation Guide

Browse through a collection of anti-racism toolkits and guides.

Beyond Activism: Anti-Racism Facilitation Guide Created by B.C. Educator

Campus Toolkit for Combatting Racism

The Gift We Give One Another: A Collection of Anti-Racism and Anti-Hate Resources

Understand. Dismantle. Act: A Snapshot of Anti-Racism and Anti-Hate Resources Within BC’s Post-Secondary System

A Shared Bibliography on Systemic Racism and Health Disparities

Addressing Anti-Black Racism & Its Impact: A Well-Being Toolkit For Families

Anti-Black Racism: A Historical Perspective

Resource Package: National Forum on Anti-Asian Racism

Similar Library Guides

The following University of Manitoba library guides are helpful to find resources on similar topics.

Indigenous Health

Indigenous Health: BRAID

Racism as a Social Determinant of Health

Resources on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Health

Resources on Trauma Informed Care

"Central to the existence of racism, is the politics of its denial."

-Dr. Wahneema Lubiano (1997, p. viii). Duke University, Department of Africa and African American Studies.

Source: W. Lubiano. (Ed.). The house that race built (pp. vii- ix). New York, NY: Pantheon Books.

Selected Books

For more resources, please visit the Books tab in this guide.

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