Together, Building an Anti-Racism Resource Library

The Anti-Racism Committee — Tim Brackett, Andy Monserud and me — is assembling a library of materials to inform our anti-racism work. The goal is to produce a list of resources that will live on the website. We are looking to make this a collaborative process with the community.

We are taking a broad view as to the type of content that can be included. At the bottom of this article, you can see a sample of the material that is currently included: books, YouTube videos, podcasts, assessment toolkits and articles. We would like the library to include generally applicable material, as well as works that are specifically relevant to’s mission.

If you have suggestions for material to be included, please leave a comment. Or email Francesco Di Caprio at with suggestions. This call is ongoing, and the Anti-Racism Committee will begin curating the material in early 2022.

Current Resources:

White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racismbook
How to be an Antiracistbook
Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Manvideo series and book
Seeing Whitepodcast
Walking while Blackarticle
The Sum of Usbook
The Denver Foundation: Race, Ethnicity and Nonprofit Organizationsresearch report
The REJI Organizational Assessmentassessment tool
Bdote Memory Mapinteractive website 
Feature photo by Zaini Izzuddin on Unsplash

About Fran Di Caprio

Fran Di Caprio is a St. Paul resident and architectural designer, working on his masters of architecture at the University of Minnesota.

4 thoughts on “Together, Building an Anti-Racism Resource Library

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    Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
    The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America by Richard Rothstein.
    Re-thinking the Role of Enforcement in Traffic Safety Work: Our Role Within Vision Zero.
    Arrested Mobility – Charles T. Brown keynote.
    Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America

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