References for Power, Privilege, and Inequity

Toolkits and Glossaries

Office of Multicultural Affairs, n.d., Glossary of Terms (

Drake University, n.d., Drake University Toolkit of vocab/readings/activities (

Diversity Toolkit: A Guide to Discussing Identity, Power and Privilege (

Discussing Power, Privilege, and Inequity in a Customer Services Class

Courageous Conversation, n.d., The Courageous Conversation website (

Courageous Conversation, 2020, Faces of Power (

Learning For Justice, n.d., Learning For Justice (

Learning For Justice, 2018, What Is White Privilege, Really? (

Harvard Business Review, 2017, Diversity Doesn’t Stick Without Inclusion (

Rocío Lorenzo, 2017, Ted Talk: How diversity makes teams more innovative (

Rocío Lorenzo, 2017, The Mix that Matters: Innovation Through Diversity (

Josh Bersin, 2015, Why Diversity and Inclusion Has Become a Business Priority (

Vivian Hunt, Dennis Layton, and Sara Prince, 2015, Why Diversity Matters (

Jeff Toister, 2020, YouTube interview with J. Israel Greene (

Jeff Toister, 2020, Why strong cultures have diversity and representation (

UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 2019, Preface: Biases and Heuristics ( (5:14)

UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 2016, Lesson 1: Schemas ( (3:12)

UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 2016, Lesson 2: Attitudes and Stereotypes ( (4:13)

UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 2016, Lesson 3: Real World Consequences ( (3:45)

UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 2016, Lesson 4: Explicit v. Implicit Bias ( (2:49)

UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 2016, Lesson 5: The IAT ( (5:14)

UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 2016, Lesson 6: Countermeasures ( (5:23)

Harvard University, n.d., IMPLICIT ASSOCIATION TEST (IAT) (

Jerry Kang, 2014, Ted Talk: Immaculate perception (

Diverse City LLC, 2020, Microaggressions: Alien in your own land (

American Psychological Association, n.d., Unmasking ‘racial microaggressions’ (

University of Minnesota, n.d., Examples of Racial Microaggressions (

Focused.Arts.Media.Education, 2017, Microaggressions in the Classroom (

LinkedIn, n.d., Communicating about Culturally Sensitive Issues (

Vernā Myers, 2014, Ted Talk: How to overcome our biases? Walk boldly toward them (

Living Room Conversations, n.d., Healing divides starts with conversation (

**AMACOM WAS BOUGHT, SITE IS DOWN** HarperCollins Leadership, n.d., (

Racism and White Privilege: Readings and Resources

Merriam Webster, n.d., exclusive (

Merriam Webster, n.d., morality (

Encyclopedia Britannica, 2004, race (

Merriam Webster, n.d., discrimination (

Encyclopedia Britannica, 1999, education (

Encyclopedia Britannica, 2016, critical race theory (

Encyclopedia Britannica, 1998, racism (

National Museum of African American History & Culture, n.d., Talking about Race (

LWTECH, n.d., History, racism, and immigration timeline (

Harvard University, 2015, The Sociology of Racism (

Lillian Comas-Diaz, Gordon Nagayama Hall, Helen A. Neville, 2018, Racial Trauma (

The New York Times, 2020, The 1619 Project (

Howard C. Stevenson, 2017, Ted Talk Video: How to resolve racially stressful situations (

Vernā Myers, 2014, Ted Talk: How to overcome our biases? Walk boldly toward them (

Clint Smith, 2015, Ted Talk Video: How to raise a black son in America (

LinkedIn, n.d., LinkedIn Learning Video: White Fragility (

LWTECH, n.d., Race is a Social Construct (

University of San Francisco, 2016, Racism – Data and Statistics (

Cory Collins, 2018, What Is White Privilege, Really? (

Emily Chiariello, 2016, Why Talk About Whiteness? (

Paul R. Carr, 2016, Whiteness and White Privilege (

Peggy McIntosh, 2006, White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack (

Sexism and Homophobia: Readings and Resources

Amy M. Blackstone, 2003, Gender Roles and Society (

Amanda Barroso, 2020, Pew Research – Perceptions on Gender Equality in The US (

The State of The Gender Pay Gap – PayScale (

Payscale, n.d., Pew Research – Gender Pay Gap (

***DEAD LINK***, n.d., Women’s Rights and Sexual Harassment: Are Further Steps Necessary to Ensure Gender Equality? (

Jean Kilbourne, 2014, Ted Talk: The dangerous ways ads see women (

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, 2013, Ted Talk Video: We Should all Be Feminists (

Feminist Frequency, 2009, Tropes vs Women in Video Games (

Chronicle of Higher Education, 2015, Video: Ask me – What LGBTQ Students Want Their Professors to Know (

Eli Weinger, 2019, TedTalk Video: Heteronormativity – Today’s Homophobia (

Classism: Readings and Resources

University of Minnesota, 2016, Social Class in The United States (

LWTECH, n.d., The U.S Class Structure (, n.d., (

United States Census Bureau, n.d., Census Bureau website (

Politizane, 2012, Wealth Inequality in America (

Mike Muse, 2016, TedTalk Video: Another Glass of Champagne, Please? (

Matt Gamble, 2018, Classism: America’s Overlooked Problem (

Maggie Quinn, 2013, Classism and Poverty in America’s Schools (

Robert K. Miller Jr and Stephen J. McNamee, 2004, “The Meritocracy Myth” (

Religious Oppression: Readings and Resources

Beck A. Alper and Aleksandra Sandstrom, 2016, If the U.S. had 100 people: Charting Americans’ religious affiliations (

The Pew-Research, n.d., Religious Landscape Study (

The Pew Research, n.d., International Religious Freedom & Restrictions (

New Moon Productions, 2012, We Are All Muslim (

LWTECH, n.d., Transcript: We are All Muslims (

Suzanne Barakat, 2015, TedTalk Video: Islamophobia killed my brother (

Tanenbaum, n.d., Tanenbaum Center of Interreligious Understanding  (

Ableism: Readings and Resources

Encyclopedia Britannica, 2013, ableism (

50waystobreakthesofa, 2010, Ableism (

Caroline Casey, 2010, TedTalk Video: Looking Past Limits (

Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2019, Disability Inclusion – CDC (

Ageism: Readings and Resources

***DEAD LINK*** World Health Organization, Ageism (

Ageism Inc., n.d., What is Ageism? (

HuffPost, 2018, Video: The Harmful Effects of Ageism (

Melissa Dittmann, 2003, Fighting Ageism (

***DEAD LINK*** World Health Organization, Ageism (

U.S. Department of Labor, n.d., Age Discrimination – The U.S Department of Labor (

Jodi Abazoski, 2013, Article: Older Students Can Experience Ageism On Campus (

A Discussion about The 13th Amendment and Mass Incarceration

Netflix, 2020,Documentary film 13th (

“Let’s End Ageism” in a Psychology Class

Ashton Applewhite, 2017, Ted Talk: Let’s end ageism (

Discussing Oppression in English Classes

Pulitzer Center, n.d., Home Page (

Pulitzer Center, n.d., Our Mission and Model (

Pulitzer Center, n.d., Issues (

Elana Dure, 2016, “The Power of Poetry” (

Anne Lape, 2020, “Poetic Justice: Using Journalism and Poetry to Illuminate Injustice ” (

Pulitzer Center Education, 2019, “Poetry Workshop: Writing in Response to Images” (

Pamela Kirkland, 2019, “Blackout Poetry for Thematic Connections to News and Literature” (

Rosa Salazar, 2020, “Food Justice: Planting the Seeds of Change” (

Jairus Hallums, 2020, “Reframing the Gaze: Incorporating Joy into Our Truth-telling” (

On “Race Corrections”

Heidi L. Lujan and Stephen E. Dicarlo, 2018, Science reflects history as society influences science: brief history of “race,” “race correction,” and the spirometer

Jessica P Cerdeña, Marie V Plaisime, Jennifer Tsai, 2020, From race-based to race-conscious medicine: how anti-racist uprisings call us to act 

On Redlining

Lauren Berryman, 2020 , Redlining and Racism – the Real Roots of Food Deserts in our Communities (

Emily Badger, 2017, How Redlining’s Racist Effects Lasted for Decades (

Police Interactions

Flex Your Rights, 2012, 10 Rules for Dealing with Police (Full-Length) (

Flex Your Rights, 2010, “The CORRECT Way to Handle a Traffic Stop” (

American Civil Liberties Union, n.d., Know your rights: Stopped by Police (


Investigating the Wage Gap in a Math Class

***DEAD LINK*** this video (

Corwin Press, n.d., “Investigating the Wage Gap: Race and Gender” (

Corwin Press, n.d., “Investigating the Wage Gap: Race, Gender, and Ability” (

Discussing White Privilege

American College Personnel Association, 2018, “Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack” essay (

Discussing Ageism in A Biology Class

Am J Public Health, 2019, Interventions to Reduce Ageism Against Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis (

Becca R Levy, Martin D Slade,E-Shien Chang, Sneha Kannoth,Shi-Yi Wang, 2020, Ageism Amplifies Cost and Prevalence of Health Conditions (

Sarah E Jackson, Ruth A Hackett, Andrew Steptoe, 2019, Associations between age discrimination and health and wellbeing: cross-sectional and prospective analysis of the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (

Classism Discussion in a Customer Service Class

US Department of Labor, n.d., Minimum Wage (,of%20the%20two%20minimum%20wages)

Rachel Blakely-Gray, 2021, “Can You Pay That?! Federal and State Tipped Minimum Wage Rates” (,7.25%20%E2%80%93%20%242.13%20%3D%20%245.12)

Sarah Anderson, 2021, “If the Minimum Wage Had Increased as Much as Wall Street Bonuses Since 1985, It Would Be Worth $44 Today” (

Paul Ingram, 2021, ‘The Forgotten Dimension of Diversity” (

Heather Boushey, 2014, “Understanding how raising the federal minimum wage affects income inequality and economic growth” (

David Le Page, 2012, Ted Talk: A case for the maximum wage (

Brandon Ambrosino, 2014, “Tipping perpetuates racism, classism, and poverty — let’s get rid of it!” (

Shannon Weber, 2019, “10 Ways To Check Your Privilege With Fast Food and Other Service Workers” (

Power, Privilege, and Inequity Resources in American Government Classroom

Baratunde Thurston, 2019, TedTalk: How to deconstruct racism, one headline at a time (16:43) (

Bryan Stevenson, 2017, The urgent need for reconciliation in the United States (

Bryan Stevenson, 2017,  “This is the conversation about race we need to have now” (

WORLD Channel, 2020, How America Invented Race: The History of White People in America (08:39) (

PBS, 2021, The Blinding of Isaac Woodard (

The Washington Post, 2020, Police shootings database (

Christine Herbes-Sommers, Jean Cheng, Larry Adelman, Llewellyn Smith, Tracy Strain, 2003, Race: The Power of an Illusion (

Alicia Garza, 2019, Being ‘woke’ isn’t enough (

Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, n.d., Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State (

Power, Privilege, and Inequity: Resources for English Lessons

Peace Learner, 2016, Privilege Walk Lesson Plan (

National Association of School Psychologists, n.d., Talking About Race and Privilege: Lesson Plan for Middle and High School Students (

USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work, 2020, Diversity Toolkit: A Guide to Discussing Identity, Power and Privilege (

Ms. Laning, 2018 , Perseverance, Power, and Privilege by Ms. Laning (

Power, Privilege, and Inequity Resources for Design Classes

Dorothy Jackson and Bobby C. Martin Jr., 1968 & 2020, The Black Experience in Graphic Design (

Amrutha Palaniyappan, 2020, Design | A brief history of how racism manifests itself in design and how we can learn from it (

Laura Bolt, 2020, Eye on Design: Women make up over half of the design industry – why are there so few on top? (

Data@Urban, 2020, Applying Racial Equity Awareness in Data Visualization (

Ruben Pater, 2018, The Politics of Design (

Steven Heller, 2018, Citizen Designer: Perspectives on Design Responsibility (

Power, Privilege, and Inequity Resources for a Nutrition Class

Tara Coffin, 2017, “Four Bags of Milk” (

Neve Spicer, n.d., The Black Health Matters website (

Naomi Hossain, 2017, The Global Hunger Index (

Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center, 2016, Breastfeeding is Food Sovereignty (

How to Talk about Privilege with Someone Who Doesn’t Understand Privilege

Jamie Utt, 2012, How To Talk About Privilege To Someone Who Doesn’t Know What That Is (

Power, Privilege, and Inequity in Gaming

Feminist Frequency, 2009, Tropes vs Women in Video Games (

Anita Sarkeesian, 2013, Damsel in Distress (Part 1) – Tropes vs Women (

Feminist Frequency, 2013, Damsel in Distress (Part 2) – Tropes vs Women in Video Games (

Insider, 2018, Why Are There Still So Many Racist Trolls In Online Gaming? (

K.L. Gray, 2012, Deviant bodies, stigmatized identities, and racist acts: examining the experiences of African-American gamers in Xbox Live (

Kishonna Gray, n.d., Kishonna Gray racism in video games – YouTube (

Dori Adar, 2017, Ted Talk: What Video Games Can Teach us About Racism (

Insider, 2018, Why Gaming Companies Aren’t Doing Enough To Fight Racism Online (

Eric Peckham, 2020, Confronting racial bias in video games (

Nadine Dornieden, 2020, Leveling Up Representation: Depictions of People of Color in Video Games (

Explaining Triggers with Comics

***LINK REDIRECTS TO DIFFERENT PAGE *** a comic explaining them (

University of Michigan, 2021, An Introduction to Content Warnings and Trigger Warnings (

Race-Related Resources

Karen Valby, n.d., The Realities of Raising a Kid of a Different Race (

National Public Radio, 2020, A Decade Of Watching Black People Die (



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