This is a list of resources to anti-racist work in academia so you can help amplify and support Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) academics (It will be continually updated):
An important webinar organized for Black in Entomology in February 2021. Let’s rethink the way entomology is done today to be more equitable and respectful to everyone in the world. I highly recommend you watch this webinar if you are an entomologist in the field, or a field biologist.
Some links to check:
Papers to help rethink research in an anti-racist perspective:
- Chaudhary, V. Bala, and Asmeret Asefaw Berhe. “Ten simple rules for building an antiracist lab.” (2020): e1008210.
- Demery, Amelia-Juliette Claire, and Monique Avery Pipkin. “Safe fieldwork strategies for at-risk individuals, their supervisors and institutions.” Nature Ecology & Evolution 5.1 (2021): 5-9.
- Tseng, Michelle, et al. “Strategies and support for Black, Indigenous, and people of colour in ecology and evolutionary biology.” Nature Ecology & Evolution 4.10 (2020): 1288-1290.
- Rodrigues, Michelle A., Ruby Mendenhall, and Kathryn BH Clancy. ” THERE’S REALIZING, AND THEN THERE’S REALIZING”: HOW SOCIAL SUPPORT CAN COUNTER GASLIGHTING OF WOMEN OF COLOR SCIENTISTS.” Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering 27.2 (2021).
Being an Asian French woman in academia