This website by the Anti-Racism Resource Centre provides information on youth-led anti-racism organizations in Canada and includes links to online videos and action guides on the topic.
This visually appealing handbook for youth provides useful information, such as myths and facts about racism, questions to consider, and definitions that every Change Agent should know. Use this handbook to take your first steps to becoming a Change Agent and create positive change in your community.
This guide, written by youth for youth, provides specific information and advice for young people who want to start an anti-racism group in their school or commuity. Practical and inspiring. Produced by the Youth Action Network.
A resource created by young people comprised of three complementary sections, all addressing racism: information, tools, and resources. A multitude of books, films, youth organizations, and educational materials are listed in the resource section for further reading, action, and inspiration. Anti-Racism Education, United Nations Association in Canada, 2002.
This website features student stories and resources for Aboriginal youth in Ontario. Also includes education and career information.
This website has a number of tests you can take to measure implicit biases you may have on issues such as race, skin-tone, sexuality and gender. Created by Project Implicit, a non-profit organization and international collaborative network of researchers investigating implicit social cognition and new ways of understanding attitudes, stereotypes and other hidden biases that influence perception, judgment, and action.
Watch award-winning youth created videos on the theme of Racism - Stop It! at this site. A multitude of short and inspiring videos to check out. Sponsored by the Government of Canada.
This 20 minute video is an introduction to the issue of shadeism, discrimination that exists between lighter-skinned and darker-skinned members of the same community. Features the stories of 5 young women reflecting on their experiences with the issue.
Watch Shadism online.
This practical toolkit will help youth lead activities with their fellow students to raise awareness of racism and other forms of discrimination. Includes Getting Started and Ideas to try sections.