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Ways to Listen and Support Diversity Locally and Globally

“If, going forward, we can channel our justifiable anger into peaceful, sustained, and effective action, then this moment can be a real turning point in our nation’s long journey to live up to our highest ideals. Let’s get to work.” – Barack Obama: June 1, 2020

At Oxford, we stand in solidarity with the Black community and the necessity for racial justice. We stand against systematic racism, hatred, and violence. As we continue to listen, learn, and advocate, we have consolidated some resources to support the local, national, and global community now and moving forward.

Read & Share Articles
Below are a handful of articles that can help you — and your personal and professional networks — learn more and begin making an impact.

Educate Yourself
Learn more about Black history and the Black experience in the US by reading the following books. (And simultaneously support local small businesses by purchasing these books from Black-owned bookstores.)

Watch & Listen
Educational videos, documentaries, and podcasts that document the Black experience.

Use These Tools
Resources to help you take action now.

Make a Donation
If you’re able, below are some organizations you can contribute to in order to help fund racial justice.

Sign a Petition
This is one of the easiest ways to use the power of your voice in this country.

Follow These Accounts
For continued awareness and education, stay up-to-date by following these Instagram and Twitter accounts.

Instagram

Twitter

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