We've compiled this list of anti-racism resources to help direct our community to various supports on campus. 

We recognize the ongoing need to create a campus environment that is respectful and focused on ensuring human rights and dignity for all. In the event that anyone is suffering discrimination or injustice, they may leverage the resources below. It is the diversity of our community at the University of Waterloo that strengthens our school and it is important that all feel supported, seen and heard.

Anti-racism resources

  • If you’re a student, faculty or staff member and you’ve experienced racism and need a space for support, understanding your resources, potential next steps and/or advocacy: connect with the Equity Office at equity@uwaterloo.ca.
  • If you’re a student, faculty or staff member and you’ve experienced discrimination or harassment on campus you can file a report under Policy 33.
  • If you are experiencing distress, the Campus Wellness team provides councelling services for individuals, as well as resoures for support.
  • Here 24/7 is also available in the Waterloo Region, providing support to those in distress: phone 1-844-437-3247.
  • The Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion Office (HREI) has a variety of resources available:
  • President's Anti-Racism Taskforce (PART) is a group dedicated to amplifying BIPOC voices and learning from their insight and experience. Their mission is to weave anti-racism into the fabric and culture of all campus operations, communities, pedagogy and lifestyle.
  • Racial Advocacy for Inclusion, Solidarity and Equity (RAISE) is a student-led Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) service to address racism and xenophobia on the University of Waterloo campus.
  • University of Waterloo Athletics’ Anti-Racism Alliance is a progressive group of University of Waterloo staff & students working together to use their voices and platforms to create change within the Waterloo network. 

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Anti-racism reading lists

Part of combating racial injustice is taking the time to learn about where it stems from, and how it impacts our society.

These lists of resources and information are here to help students, faculty, and staff in our department develop a deeper understanding of issues of racism, anti-Black racism, anti-Indigenous racism and anti-Asian racism; as well as provide tools for campus community members to engage in anti-racism work across campus.

We will continue to update and edit these lists weekly. If you have any recommendations for additional resources, notice any broken links or have other feedback about these lists, please contact us using this feedback form.

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