Our Voices

Books by Duke Faculty

Video Resources

Perspectives on Race & History

Part One: The Evolution of Racism in American History

Part Two: The Evolution of Racism in American History

A Conversation Between Contemporaries About the Impact of Race in their Lives

A Conversation Reflecting on the Impact of Racism and Inequity on Black Community at Duke

Discussions on Race at Duke Series

Election 2020: Black Voices and Perspectives

Race + Gender and Invisibility in the STEM Fields. 

Jessica Marie Johnson | Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World

Left of Black Series

Left of Black | Candice M. Jenkins on the Black Middle Class

Left of Black | Caryl Phillips on Writing Oneself Into Visibility

Left of Black | Jazz Saxophonist Joshua Redman

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Duke Athletics: Black Lives Matter

Media Briefing: Racial Justice and White Identity

Video Q&A on Racism and Injustice: Navigating a Time of Turmoil and Pain

William “Sandy” Darity: A Blueprint for Reparations in the US

The Ethics of Now: Racism, Police Violence, and Protests

DukeCreate & DEMAN Live: Miss Juneteenth from Script to Screen


How Afterschool Programs Can Empower Parents | Duke Sanford: Ways & Means Podcast

Seeing White | Scene On Radios Podcast

Realizations: Call and Response | The Devils’ Share: The Podcast of Duke Magazine

Voices in Equity | Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University