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An Introduction to Dr. Joy DeGruy and Anti-Racism: Recommended Readings

Dr. Joy DeGruy, an internationally renowned educator and the author of the book Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome, will be working with the District this year. This guide is meant to be an introduction to her work, and to anti-racism more generally.

Collaborators' Note

In an effort at full disclosure, it should be noted that while the collaborators on this guide have attempted to bring together quality, relevant resources, we are not immune from the limits and hidden biases of our own privileges and perspectives as allies. We welcome and greatly appreciate any feedback and suggestions for the guide. Feel free to contact any of the following people:

  • Keri Kirkpatrick, Senior Library Technician, De Anza College Library
  • Lakshmi Auroprem, Senior Library Technician, De Anza College Library
  • Wil Byars, Senior Library Technician, De Anza College Library
  • Adriana Garcia, Administrative Assistant, De Anza College Office of Equity