A Place to Begin

The 21st: How Racism Hurts Black Mental Health & How You Can Help
Helen A. Neville, Professor of Educational Psychology and African American Studies

Resource Recommended by Professor Neville:

Intersectionality Matters Podcast by Kimberlé Crenshaw


Free University of Illinois course offered through Coursera: Race and Cultural Diversity in American Life and History
Taught by James D. Anderson, Edward William and Jane Marr Gutsgell Professor and Interim Dean of the College of Education


Trainings for University of Illinois Faculty and Staff

Racial Justice Allies and Advocates Training

5 Days for Change

DACA Ally Training

LGBT Ally Training

Anti-Racism Summer Learning Series (Summer 2020)

  • July 9: Session 1 - Anti-Racism 101: Understanding Structural Racism
  • July 16: Session 2 - Being an Anti-Racist Ally
  • July 23: Session 3 - Structural Racism and Anti-Blackness
    hosted by the Black Faculty and Professionals Alliance
  • July 30: Session 4 - How to Talk with a Racist Colleague

Campus Resources

Office of the Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Open Illinois – Resources for DACA and Undocumented Students

Office of Inclusion & Intercultural Relations


Data Visualizations (Data Science Research Collaborative)

Racial Demographics at UIUC (1968–2019)

Gender Diversity of Course Instructors


Resources Shared by Other Units

IPRH – Anti-Racist Community Resources

IHSI – Understanding Contemporary Challenges in the Time of COVID-19

OVCDEI – Racializing COVID-19 Series