Resources and Articles Recommended by Panelists
Dr. Ketra Armstrong, University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor of Sport Management; Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the School of Kinesiology; and Director of the Center for Race and Ethnicity in Sport:
"Below are two of my foundational articles that are related to some of what I discussed relative to the impact of race/empowering Blackness on: (a) Blacks' Leisure Consumption in general and (b) Black women's physical activity in particular."
- Armstrong, K. L. (2013). Toward a Black psychology of leisure: An “Akbarian’ critique. The Western Journal of Black Studies, 37(3), 212-222.
- Armstrong, K. L. (2013). Correlates and predictors of Black women’s physical activity: Afrocentric insights. Journal of Black Studies, 44(6), 627-645.
Dr. Stephanie Fryberg, University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor of Psychology; and Director of Research for Indigenous Social Action and Equity:
"There are 3 academic papers here and the report from the first ever Indigenous Futures Study."
- Dai, J. D., Eason, A. E., Brady, L. M., & Fryberg, S. A. (2021). #NotAllWhites: Liberal-leaning White Americans racially disidentify and increase support for racial equity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 47(11), 1612-1632. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0146167220987988
- Eason, A. R., Pope, T., Becenti, K. M., & Fryberg, S. A. (2021). Sanitizing history: National identification, negative stereotypes, and support for eliminating Columbus Day and adopting Indigenous Peoples Day. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 27(2), 1-17. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/cdp0000345
- “From Protests, to the Ballot Box, and Beyond: Building Indigenous Power.” (2020). Center for Native American Youth at the Aspen Institute, IllumiNative, and Native Organizers Alliance. Report available here: https://www.cnay.org/reports/.
- Lopez, J. J., Eason, A. E., & Fryberg, S. A. (2021). The same, yet different: Understanding the perceived acceptability of redface and blackface. Social Psychology and Personality Science, 00(0), 1-12. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/19485506211039906
Dr. Louise Toppin, Professor of Voice in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance:
- African Diaspora Music Project - https://africandiasporamusicproject.org/
- Videmus - https://www.videmus.org/
- George Shirley Vocal Competition - georgeshirleycompetition.org
- Link to the concerts that I curated with Thomas Hampson in Germany in May (U-M faculty Kira Thurman wrote the notes for this project): https://www.elbphilharmonie.de/en/mediatheque/song-of-america-a-celebration-of-black-music/586
- 10/18/21 interview with Classical Post, “Changing the Voice of American Music: Professor Louise Toppin Discusses the Importance of the African Diaspora Music Project, Collaboration, and Hitting the Archives”: https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/10/18/changing-the-voice-of-american-music-professor-louise-toppin-discusses-the-importance-of-the-african-diaspora-music-project-collaboration-and-hitting-the-archives
Dr. Susan Woolford, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Michigan Medicine and Co-Director of the Healthy Flint Research Coordinating Center:
- Priest N, Slopen N, Woolford S, Philip JT, Singer D, Kauffman AD, et al. (2018). Stereotyping across intersections of race and age: Racial stereotyping among White adults working with children. PLoS ONE 13(9): e0201696. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0201696
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
12:00–1:30 p.m. ET
Research and scholarship have long informed efforts to dismantle systemic racism. The racial reckoning sparked during 2020 was historic in the widespread acknowledgement of pervasive structural racism and resulting disparate inequities and injustices impacting minoritized communities and communities of color in the US. Institutions across the nation have expressed commitments to address racism in their organizations. The question now is how to move from intention to action and how to enact structural change that is transformational and sustainable.
In this session, we draw on the collective expertise and experience of University of Michigan scholars who have dedicated their careers to applying their scholarship to advance anti-racism and facilitate systemic change. Join us for an interdisciplinary conversation as we discuss how research and practice efforts around anti-racism are manifested in their respective fields, what it means to conduct research on race and racism in the current socio-political context, and the lessons these scholars have learned about engaging anti-racism in the academy.
Moderated by Dr. Tabbye Chavous, NCID Director, Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts; and Professor of Education and Psychology.
- Ketra Armstrong, University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor of Sport Management; Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the School of Kinesiology; and Director of the Center for Race and Ethnicity in Sport
- Stephanie Fryberg, University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor of Psychology
- Louise Toppin, Professor of Voice in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance
- Susan Woolford, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Michigan Medicine and Co-Director of the Healthy Flint Research Coordinating Center
This event is hosted by National Center for Institutional Diversity’s Anti-Racism Collaborative, a strategic space that engages the University of Michigan community around research and scholarship focused on racial inequality, racial justice, and anti-racist praxis.