Systemic Racism: History, Consequences, and Activism

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Over the past few months, issues involving systemic racism have been gaining attention and momentum around the country. Activists and educators are at the forefront of this movement seeking to combat historical injustice and racial prejudice—forces that continue to shape many of our institutions today.

As part of this effort to affect civic engagement and social change, ABC-CLIO is proud to announce the addition of Systemic Racism as a featured topic in its Issues database. This expertly curated collection brings together articles, biographies, photographs, documents, statistics, and video, providing students with a wide range of resources to intelligently explore the history and status of systemic racism in the United States. Highlights include:

For an introduction to the topic and a starting point for deeper research and investigation, read the topic overview:

This research list is part of ABC-CLIO’s Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society database, a platform for investigating current national and global issues from criminal justice to environmental conflict to ethics in technology and medicine. Click here to activate your free preview of this database and gain access to more than 7,300 primary and secondary sources, inquiry-driven critical thinking modules, and perspective essays by leading scholars on the background, status, and outlook for over 160 contemporary issues.

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