Reforming American Society


Racism in the United States has been a longstanding crisis that the COVID-19 pandemic has cast into an even harsher light. After the death of George Floyd, peaceful and violent protests spread across the country, raising condemnation and sympathy as tensions continue to escalate. Will racist ideologies continue to poison the United States? Can American society reform itself? 

To help answer these questions, Stanford Social Innovation Review has assembled a list of articles, websites, and other resources to help leaders of social change and activists trying to put an end to this systemic problem.