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Below APAP has assembled a growing, and continually updated collection of important resources to help you learn how to become anti-racist and how to continuously practice anti-racism in your work. APAP believes that anti-racist work is not just a single act, but an ongoing commitment to a practice. As the work is a muscle that we must build and exercise, APAP is evolving this work with you.
The materials, references, and readings on this page are intended to provide APAP members a broad range of information from diverse groups, organizations, authors and sources who may be studying and addressing racial equity, decolonization, cultural justice, gender and other critical issues. APAP strongly supports this important work through our REDI initiative, and understands that there is more information on these topics that we may not have posted yet. We recognize that the views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the materials belong solely to the author(s) and may not necessarily be shared by all readers or by all APAP members.
We invite you to enter into this work at whatever point you are. We are learning both individually and together.
- APAP REDI Committee Members: Lulani Arquette and Beatrice Thomas
- Dance/NYCYou can find significantly more resources (including books, films, podcasts, places to donate, etc.) on their website.
- Chamber Music America. You can find many more resources (books, podcasts, etc.) on their website.
- Fractured Atlas. You can find more resources on their website.
- NEFA. You can find more resources ont their website.
- League of Resident Theatres. You can find more resources on their website.
- PLAYBILL. Moreresources are available on their website.