An Institutional Racism Syllabus
"Educators everywhere are asking how can we help students understand that this was not an isolated, tragic incident perpetrated by a few bad individuals, but part of a broader pattern of institutionalized racism," according to an article by Catherine Halley announcing a syllabus of JSTOR Daily stories.
The article groups its syllabus into the following categories: 1) Racial (In)Justice: Putting Protest into Perspective, 2) Video Documentation & Police Brutality: Ethical Considerations, and 3) Racial, Economic, and Educational Disparities Go Hand in Hand.
A few of the selections are more related to the study and practice of planning than the other, still recommended selections:
- The Devastation of Black Wall Street
- How Segregation Hurts Kids
- COVID-19 Is Hitting Black and Poor Communities the Hardest
- The Latent Racism of the Better Homes in America Program