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Anti-Racism Action Guides

In these anti-racism action guides, we provide information about anti-racism and anti-oppression, and suggest actions one can take. It is our hope that people will find these guides helpful in supporting their personal growth and actions associated with a life-long journey of anti-racism. To contribute to an equitable future for all, It is imperative that each of us educate ourselves, invest our time and resources to address structural racism, uplift and center the voices of people who have been marginalized in our country, and take actions in our own lives. Each of these anti-racism action guides are a group effort of individuals associated with the Emory Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Diversity and Inclusion Subcommittee (DISC) and Caring Communities.

Recognizing and Responding to Microaggressions


What can I do as a White Person?

Talk to Your Kids about Race

Talk to Your Kids about Race (Spanish)

Talk to Your Kids about Race (Portuguese)

Talk to Your Kids about Race (Chinese - traditional)

Talk to Your Kids about Race (Chinese - simplified)

Talking with Pediatric Patients About Race

How to Talk with Colleagues about Race, Racism and Anti-Racism

How to Talk with Adult Psychotherapy Patient about Race, Racism and Anti-Racism

Reducing Bias in Recommendation Letters, Candidate Evaluations and Assessments of Academic Products

ACT for Anti-Racism