In honor of the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, six Black museums are launching a site aimed at observing this holiday, which commemorates the day on which Union army general Gordon Granger read aloud federal orders announcing the freedom of all enslaved people in Texas. Resources will include fact cards as well as a video, Juneteenth: Black Freedom, live-streaming on Friday, June 19, at 12 p.m. EDT and featuring Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, the first woman and African American to lead the national library, among others.

Muse in Focus: Confronting Structural Racism
These articles and books from a variety of academic presses explore white privilege and supremacy, racial violence, and the intersections of race and gender.

Structural Racism and Police Violence (SAGE)
SAGE curates articles examining the impact of systemic racism in education, law enforcement, and health care, as well as ways to address these injustices, such as restorative justice and activism.

Reading for Racial Justice (Univ. of Minnesota)
From now through the end of August 2020, the University of Minnesota offers free access to books that explore the impact of structural racism, such as Brian Jefferson’s Digitize and Punish and Anthony Ryan Hatch’s Blood Sugar.

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