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Racial Justice

Resources in the Ingram Library and from the General Internet that provide information on Racial Justice with special attention to Racial Justice in Georgia, Race and Housing, Black Lives Matter, and Trauma related to Racial Injustice.

Georgia Internet Racial Justice Resources

ACLU Georgia

  • This website is a great resource for staying up to date on racial justice issues happening locally in Georgia.. There are several different links with subheadings used to educate and assist individuals with protecting themselves from racial injustice. ACLU Georgia’s purpose is to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties of all Georgians.They create a culture of belonging for all within. The events created by ACLU Georgia strive to educate others on racial injustice and providing Georgians with bi-weekly zoom meeting discussions about reproductive justice, antiracism, Georgia state policy, and action steps to address injustices and inequalities.

Center for the Study of Social Policy

  • This organization fights for racial equity and justice.

EEOC

  • The Atlanta Offices of the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission provides assistance to those who wish to lodge charges against employers who discriminate on the basis of race.  

United States Census Bureau - Georgia Data

  • Once can search the site to find demographic and race and state.  The URL link featured here focuses on the State of Georgia.  

YMCA

  • Amongst its objectives the YMCA seeks to eliminate racism and empower women.