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Resources on Race, Racial Relations, and the Black Experience in the U.S.: Home


This is a general guide and information resource on race, racial relations, the Black experience in the U.S., and for addressing white and other forms of privilege. It is a starting point and the resources you will find are not meant to be comprehensive. Please help build this resource by suggesting links, etc, by emailing:

Books on Juneteenth

Free at Last - A Juneteenth Poem

Perspectives on Juneteenth - The Current UCSB

Perspectives on Juneteenth - Scholars discuss what the holiday symbolizes, how it can be observed — and why there is much more work to be done

By Shelly Leachman

A composite image of UCSB scholars for Juneteenth perspectives

(Credit: The Current UCSB)

Juneteenth: 1865-2021 (This Program Contains Extremely Powerful and Sensitive Imagery)

History of Juneteenth

Subject Guide

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