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Asynchronous Learning Resources

The BUILD Program offers several learning modalities including Zoom webinars, in-person workshops and events, and new this year, independent learning opportunities.  ​In our continued efforts to provide flexibility within the BUILD Diversity Certificate program, we are pleased to provide a variety of asynchronous learning resources. BUILDERs can choose from one of the selected readings or films and respond to a series of questions to demonstrate self-reflection and learning. Once the reflection is completed, this learning opportunity will count toward one BUILD elective. 

We hope you enjoy and learn from the various artists and voices that we have incorporated into the BUILD Diversity Certificate. 


FILMS ON NETFLIX
Who we are: A Chronicle of Racism in America
13th
LA92
The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson
Rumble: The Indians who rocked the world
Stonewall Uprising/2010
Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution
Rising Phoenix
 
FILMS ON YOUTUBE

Storming the Gates


ADDITIONAL FILMS

5 Movies to Explore Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage
Cesar Chavez
Dolores Huerta
Latinos in the USA
Afro Latinos
Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian
Stolen Education                                                                                                                                                                                        Racism and the Catholic Church One Year After George Floyd's Murder


TED TALKS

Black Trans* Lives Matter

How to Deconstruct Racism One Headline at a Time

The Urgency of Intersectionality

READINGS

Caste, the Origins of our discontents (Isabel Wilkerson)

How to be an Antiracist (Ibram Kendi)

Whose culture has capital? Race, Ethnicity and Education (T.J Yosso) 8(1), pp. 69–91

A framework for Advancing Anti-Racism Strategy on Campus (National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE). (2021)

Racial Contract (Charles Mills)

QUESTIONS TO THINK ABOUT FOR REFLECTION

  1. What were your impressions about reading this book or watching this video?
  2. What stood out to you and what was new information?
  3. How will reading this book or watching this video influence your interactions?
  4. Could you relate to any scenarios in the book or video? How did you handle those situations?
  5. Has your viewpoint changed after reading this book or watching this video? Why or why not?