Anti-racism Resources

During our assembly and learning on June 3, our community came together in solidarity against racism and intolerance. Elmwood is committed to creating a safe, inclusive and open environment for our students, faculty, alumnae and community where we can share knowledge and experience, meet in thoughtful conversation, and provide meaningful opportunities for all so that together we become agents of change against racism today, tomorrow and in the future. Below are resources that will help guide us in understanding and knowledge. Image by Jane Mount, illustrator of the Ideal Bookshelf series featuring anti-racism books.

Resources for Junior Students 

About the Black Lives Matter Movement:

About the Civil Rights Movement (the history of black people in America fighting for equality):

About Peaceful Protesting:

Books about racism and diversity:


Resources for Middle and Senior Students