Becoming Anti-Racist

Diagram for Becoming Anti-Racist which consists of four circles with various levels from becoming anti-racist to fear zone to learning zone to growth zone.

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TO: NAMRC Members

In keeping with Dr. Temple’s appeal to start conversations that inspire change by building cross-cultural alliances, we share this chart, Becoming Anti-Racist chart was inspired by the work of Dr. Ibram X. Kendi and reflects his personal journey toward becoming anti- racist. First, we must define prejudice, discrimination, and racism:

  • Prejudice refers to irrational or unjustifiable negative emotions or evaluations toward persons from other social groups and it is primary determinant of discriminatory behavior (Fiske, Gilbert, & Gardner 2010).
  • Discrimination refers to inappropriate treatment of people of their actual or perceived group membership and may include both overt and covert behaviors, including microaggressions or indirect or subtle behaviors (e.g., comments) that reflect negative attitudes or beliefs about a non-majority group.
  • Racism refers to prejudice or discrimination against individuals or groups based on beliefs about one’s own racial superiority or the belief that race reflects inherent differences in attributes and capabilities. (Bailey, et al, 2017; Fiske, et al., 2010).

We encourage you to embark on your own personal journey with friends, family, and colleagues by discussing the different zones and taking action to reach and develop the growth zone.

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