Resources from Humanities from Home 10

June 5, 2020

In North Carolina, and in communities across our country, we are grappling with how to confront the realities of racism; we are wrestling with what actions we can engage in; and how best to provide a better future for all.  

Here in North Carolina, we have our own histories and stories of discrimination and inequality, and it is the continued commitment of the North Carolina Humanities Council to share and collect these narratives to challenge and commemorate our shared humanity.

The following collection of resources were shared by fellow state humanities councils from across the country and others to aid in addressing how we might better understand and overcome racism with honest dialogue and action. If you have other resources you wish to share, please submit them for review to; we will collect them and add them to our list.

Civic Engagement: 


Reading and Website Resources:



This content is abbreviated. Content first appeared in the North Carolina Humanities Council's June 5 Humanities from Home: Issue 10 e-newsletter. To sign up to receive future e-newsletters, visit our website