A Manual of Anti-Racist Architecture Education
published by Wai Think Tank "Why focus specifically on architecture education, since anti-Black racism and settle-colonialism could (and should) be tackled through the lens of any other major discipline or epistemological system? As stated in Un-Making Architecture: An Anti-Racist Architecture Manifesto (in the third part of this manual), architecture has been instrumental in the installation and consolidation of settler-colonialism and the full spectrum of extractive, abusive, racist, capitalist, postimperial infrastructures of oppression. In the way that buildings are never just buildings, architecture is not a bubble."

Anti-Racist Design Resources
"This document is intended to uplift Black design communities, serve as a resource for communities in need of pro bono design services, and serve as a resource to non-Black and white people to deepen our anti-racism work within design disciplines." regularly updated so check back for new content

BIPOC Studio List
crowd-source list of BIOPC creatives across disciplines- great place to start to expand and diversity precedent research in design studios
Counter Canon Project
started by Yale SOA alumna, follow on Instagram @counter_canon
"Creating Restorative Justice Spaces in Schools"
a booklet and resource guide created by Designing Justice Designing Spaces
Decentering Whiteness in Design History Resources
Collective of White design historians in the USA who are working to decenter Whiteness in our design history courses and in our work as scholars. By “decentering Whiteness,” we mean simultaneously decentering White people within the history of American design, and decentering North Americans and Europeans within the global history of design.
Decolonize Design
Design Books by Womxn & People of Color
curated bibliography of design realted texts authored by womxn and people of color, curated by Yuan Wang
Design for the Just City
The Just City Lab investigates the definition of urban justice and the just city and examines how design and planning contribute to conditions of justice and injustice in cities, neighborhoods and the public realm. Website includes extensive resources and toolkits for engaging in community based design practices.
Design Studio First Aid Kit
created by CoDesign at Harvard GSD
Developing Policies and Shifting Operations for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
recording of ACSA panel including UVA A-School's Elgin Cleckley discussing best practices to promote social equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) at schools of architecture
Diverse Precedent Resources
guide to diversify your precedents, authored by
A-School alumna Mira Davis

Ethics in the Built Environment 
This website is the result of work done in a graduate level course at the Pennsylvania State University, Arch 550: Ethics in the Built Environment, taught by Alexandra Staub. Blog entries are researched and written by graduate students at Penn State as well as by guest writers. Blogs will appear at various intervals during the academic year.

Great Diverse Designers Library
compiled by the organization: Beyond the Built Environment, profiles of diverse designers from across the United States and Globe
How do we respond to anti-Black racism in urbanist practices and conversations?
roundup of the most compelling ideas, themes and quotes from a candid conversation to address anti-black racism in urban practices hosted by the Canadian Urban Institute
Liberatory Design Resources/Card Deck
provided by the National Equity Project in collaboration with colleagues from the Stanford University d.school. This Liberatory Design Card deck offers an introduction to the process, mindsets, and activities that build on the tradition of human-centered design (aka design thinking) to allow for deeper innovation and agency amidst institutionalized norms, structures, and oppression.
Memorial to Enslaved Laborers at the University of Virginia
background on the design process and realized project
Planner's Beginners Guide to the #BlackLivesMatter Movement
general and planning specific guide/resources
Progressive City: Radical Alternatives
online publication dedicated to ideas and practices that advance racial, economic, and social justice in cities
Self Preservation: A Juneteenth Online Conversation About Black Historic Preservation
features Virginia Delegate Delores McQuinn (D-Richmond); Dr. Colita Nichols Fairfax, chair of the Virginia Board of Historic Resources, Norfolk State University professor, and president of the Barrett-Peake Heritage Foundation in Hampton; and Niya Bates, historic preservationist and board member of the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center in Charlottesville.
Tactics Pamphlet
The Architecture Lobby
The Thrivance Group
group of black women planners in California working to address issues of intersectional racism in public space and policy making through transformative justice
Where are My people? Black in Architecture research authored by Kendall A. Nicholson, Ed.D., Assoc. AIA, NOMA, LEED GA
Published by ACSA In the area of racial diversity, it is commonly known that representation, or the lack thereof, is a discipline-wide issue. Where Are My People? is a research series that investigates how architecture interacts with race and how the nation’s often ignored systems and histories perpetuate the problem of racial inequity.
Where are My people? Hispanic & Latinx in Architecture research authored by Kendall A. Nicholson, Ed.D., Assoc. AIA, NOMA, LEED GA
Published by ACSA this research is a companion to "Where are my people? Black in Architecture. This time focused on Hispanic and Latinx designers, Asking: Why is it that the largest community of color still makes up such a small percentage of the profession? What happens to Hispanic and Latinx students after graduation? Why is it that the education of Hispanic and Latinx students in architecture is largely relegated to a few institutions?

Who Builds Your Architecture? Critical Field Guide and Website
WBYA? is a coalition of architects, activists, scholars, and educators that tackles the pressing question: who builds your architecture? to examine the links between labor, architecture and the global networks that form around building buildings.