Podcasts, Web Resources, Organizations:
- Syracuse University’s Anti-Racist WAC Toolkit
- Amherst College’s Antiracist Writing Pedagogy Resources
- Black Language Syllabus
- CCCC Position Statement on Community-Engaged Projects in Rhetoric and Composition
- CCCC Strategic Action Task Force Resources
- Creating Coalitional Gestures
- DBLAC: Digital Black Lit and Composition
- Education, Liberation, and Black Radical Traditions for the 21st Century
- Rhetoricity episode with Ersula Ore, and other Rhetoricity Podcast episodes
- Strategies for proofreading and editing that are culturally informed (from Stephanie Wade at Bates College)
- This Ain’t Another Statement! This is a DEMAND for Black Linguistic Justice!
Why English Class Is Silencing Students of Color, TED talk by Jamila Lyiscott
- Community Literacy Journal, Eds. Paul Feigenbaum and Veronica House
- Constellations: A Cultural Rhetorics Publishing Place, Ed. Alexandra Hidalgo
- Latinx Writing and Rhetoric Studies, Eds: Yndalecio Isaac Hinojosa and Iris D. Ruiz
- Literacy in Composition Studies, Eds. Kara Poe Alexander, Brenda Glascott, Justin Lewis, Tara Lockhart, Juli Parrish, Helen Sandoval, Chris Warnick
- Reflections: A Journal of Community-Engaged Writing and Rhetoric, Ed. Laura Gonzales
- Rhetoric, Politics, and Culture, Eds. Brian McCann and Carmen Kynard
- Spark, Eds. Liz Lane and Don Unger
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