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The first (and longer) section of the document is composed of 70-75 data charts illustrating racial disparities and discrimination in income/wealth, employment, housing, K-12 education, higher education, and the criminal justice system. The data all comes from reputable, highly regarded, scholarly research studies, and the sources are meticulously cited. The conclusions of the studies are briefly summarized in accessible, layman’s terms, and the slides are formatted to be engagement and accessibility. (I was most recently a high school history teacher, but I also has a M.Sc. in applied economics from Cornell University).

The second section of the document is composed of several pages of additional resources-with links-that are helpful for understanding individual racism, systemic racism, and the George Floyd protests.

A VISUAL History of Racism in the United States: A set of 11 conceptual diagrams.
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