Further reading / viewing / listening recommendations

    This list is a work in progress. We welcome suggestions and feedback.

    Podcasts: Seeing white and Men by Scene on Radio.

    Podcast: Nice White Parents.

    Being Antiracist by the National Museum of African American History and Culture

    21-day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge

    Racial Equality Tools

    How the Best Bosses Interrupt Bias on Their Teams (Harvard Business Review)

    Stamped from the Beginning: The definitive history of racist ideas in America

    The Color of Law: A forgotten history of how our government segregated America

    Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria

    Kamau Bobb: Unpacking Equity | To Code + Beyond 2020 (video)

    Talks to help you understand racism in America at Ted

    Reading list about racism by the MIT library

    ShutDownAcademia #ShutDownSTEM list of resources

    Anti-racism Resource Guide by Tasha K.

    Scaffolded Anti-Racist Resources

    Fifty Trans Hurdles by Amy Ko

    Tips for Allies of Transgender People by GLAAD

    She? Ze? They? What’s In a Gender Pronoun (New York Times)

    The ABC’s of LGBT+ (Gender Identity Book for Teens)

    Disability Visibility Project

    Men Explain Things To Me by Rebecca Solnit

    MIT Library Committee for the Promotion of Diversity & Inclusion: Resources

    In Technology

    Race after technology

    Critical Race Theory for HCI

    Algorithms of Oppression How Search Engines Reinforce Racism

    Weapons of Math Destruction. How big data increases inequality and threatens democracy

    Advancing Racial Literacy in Tech. Why Ethics, diversity in hiring and implicit bias training aren’t enough.

    Technology and the African-American Experience. Needs and Opportunities for Study

    Not Just Black and Not Just a Woman: Black Women Belonging in Computing

    Some essential reading and research on race and technology

    Propublica article about the dangers of AI in the criminal justice system

    In Academia

    What can I do today to create a more inclusive community in CS? by Cynthia Lee

    Allen School best practices for inclusive teaching

    National Academies’ Online Guide to the Science of Effective Mentoring in STEMM

    Amy Ko’s slides on CS education and much ore on her webpage

    Getting to Gender Parity in a Top-Tier Mechanical Engineering Department: A Case Study (about MIT MechE)

    Sexual Harassment of Women. Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (2018) by the National Academies

    High-Achieving Black Students, Biculturalism, and Out-of-School STEM Learning Experiences: discusses the case of a high-achieving black student who decided against STEM because he feared he wouldn’t fit in culturally and would be subject to bias.

    Unlocking the Clubhouse: The Carnegie Melon experience

    Becoming anti-racist: Learning about race in CS Education

    We Want to Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom

    AntiRacistGradSchool – An Anti-Racist Resource Guide for the Graduate Education Community is about anti-racism in general and in Academia.

    Equal Opportunity Astronomy: Articles & Resources

    Fed Up With Sexual Harassment: The Serial Harasser’s Playbook

    Best Way for Professors to Get Good Student Evaluations? Be Male.

    Start somewhere: Resources on equity and inclusion for STEM and higher education

    Recommended Resources at Particles for Justice

    Broadening Participation by Supporting Great Teaching (ACM InRoads by EngageCSEdu)

    Ten Simple Rules for Building an Anti-Racist Research Lab

    Academic Ableism: Disability and Higher Education by Jay Timothy Dolmage

    The Diversity–Innovation Paradox in Science

    The Cost of Balancing Academia and Racism

    How the Opaque Way We Hire Postdocs Contributes to Science’s Diversity Problem By Terry McGlynn

    The time tax put on scientists of colour

    Resources at NCWIT

    Alignment of Goals and Perceptions of Computing Predicts Students’ Sense of Belonging in Computing

    Inside Graduate Admissions: Merit, Diversity, and Faculty Gatekeeping by Julie R. Posselt

    Here’s How Unconscious Racial Bias Can Creep Into Recommendation Letters—and How You Can Avoid It

    At MIT

    MIT and slavery

    MIT Title IX & Bias Response annual report