Student Mathematics Antiracism Reading and Praxis Group

The Student Mathematics Antiracism Reading and Praxis Group (SMARP) is a group of undergraduate and graduate students that meet every other Friday from 6-7pm (EST) via Zoom. Readings will focus on self-education about anti-racism in mathematics and supporting anti-racist efforts in the field. The group will collectively choose materials and write discussion questions.

Date Reading Registration Submit Discussion Questions
Feb 19 "Meet Us At Our Table:" Problems with the White Savior Complex by Toi Scott Link Link
Mar 5 Anti-racism in Mathematics: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How? by Erica Graham Link Link
Mar 19

The Characteristics of White Supremacy Culture from Dismantling Racism: A Workbook for Social Change Groups, by Kenneth Jones and Tema Okun

The ADHD Good Life Podcast by Sandra Coral (episodes: Intersectionality 101 & ADHD, White Supremacy Culture 101 & ADHD, etc)

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Apr 2

Cognitive Reserve and Racial Privilege in STEM, by Mélise Edwards


Apr 16

Watch Coded Bias (available as part of the teach-in until Apr 7; available on Netflix as of Apr 5)

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Apr 30

Building Equity-minded Online Programs by Justin Lanier and Marissa Kawehi Loving

Math Can't Solve Everything by Jamie Williams and Lena Gunn

On Matter Beyond the Equation of Value by Denise Ferreira da Silva

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