Anti-Racism Practices

Here, SRA will share strategies for using anti-racism practices within our research. This will include providing examples of high-quality community-engaged research and Youth Participatory Action Research. The cited work will highlight best practices, contrasted with culturally insensitive or “helicopter” research. There will also be places for people to offer their research lab's internal policies that incorporate anti-racism into practice.


Confronting Prejudice: How to Protect Yourself and Help Others 
Published by Pepperdine University's online Master of Psychology program

The purpose of this resource is to educate readers on the prevalence of prejudice and implicit bias in society, including information about what marginalized groups are most likely to be harmed by prejudice. The resource features information about how one can be an ally and an advocate for change and how people experiencing discrimination can build resilience against these types of behaviors.