Regional Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation

Regional Alliance

Resources on civil rights history, race, and other related issues.

Evaluation Tools for Racial Equity

Online tools and resources to help evaluate racial equity

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One World Archives (OWA)

One World Archives (OWA) “ is a tax-exempt 501 ( c ) 3 non-profit corporation that makes history relevant through comprehensive educational programs in the areas of public history, blended and online education, and media.”

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"Shared History"

A one-hour PBS documentary about descendants of slaves and slave owners who explore their almost 300-year history at the South Carolina plantation where they worked and lived. Click here to play the trailer

+ Go to the "Shared History" website

Southern Poverty Law Center

The Southern Poverty Law Center, based in Montgomery, Alabama, “is internationally known for its tolerance education programs, its legal victories against white supremacists and its tracking of hate groups.”

+ Go to the Southern Poverty Law Center website

"Southern Truth and Reconciliation: Narrative Summaries and Chart"

University of Maryland Law Students report on Reparations, Reconciliation, and Restorative Justice

+ Go to PDF file of the report

+ Go to PDF file of the chart

"The Children Shall Lead"

DVD documentary film about the Freedom Riders, available free of charge to educators and community groups

+ Go to The Children Shall Lead website

"The Murder of Emmett Till"

The PBS "American Experience" documentary film on the Emmett Till murder, with companion curriculum guide and historical resources

+ Go to The Murder of Emmett Till website

"The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till"

Keith Beauchamp's documentary film on the Emmett Till murder

+ Go to The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till website

"Hate is a Strong Word: Answering with Respect"

Definition of a hate crime, as well as links to more information on hate crimes related to specific categories: race, religion, sex, nationality, mental illness and disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity.

+ Go to The Hate is a Strong Word: Answering with Respect website