This guide is going to seem overwhelming in its variety of resources. Don't let that stop you from exploring it. Then, start by choosing one resource to explore. It's important. Then choose another, then another.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, New York Times - 2019. This is included here because enslaved and former enslaved Americans and their descendants fought for rights that would eventually encompass all Americans of color.
Maria Madison, Higher Education Today, American Council on Education - May 2020
#CiteEdDevBIPoCCompiled by Jamellia Jones, #CiteEdDevBIPoC is an effort to highlight the accomplishments of Educational Developers (those who work in Centers for Teaching and Learning, or those who help and transform colleagues’ and universities’ teaching and learning practices) who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color.