As researchers of race and ethnicity, we often call attention to the ways in which racism persists today. It is impossible to do rigorous research on race without acknowledging racism. However, we also acknowledge that our work is often hidden behind paywalls and academic jargon. We believe firmly in the importance of public scholarship and the need to engage with communities, particularly in moments when people are looking for answers, understanding, and ways to move forward.
Below you can find resources on anti-Asian racism and xenophobia, revisit our Confronting Racism series, hosted in collaboration with the Arts and Humanities Council and College of Arts and Humanities Institute, check out recommended readings on racism and anti-Blackness from CRRES staff.