Project READY (Reimagining Equity and Access for Diverse Youth) is an online racial equity curriculum freely accessible for libraries at ready.web.unc.edu.
The curriculum consists of 27 modules, organized into three sequential sections:
- Foundations focuses on basic concepts and issues fundamental to understanding race and racism and the impact on library services;
- Transforming Practice explores how these concepts relate to and can be applied in library environments; and
- Continuing the Journey explores how library professionals can sustain racial equity work and grow personally and professionally in this area
The curriculum has been designed to be worked through by individuals or small groups. It is licensed with a reuse with attribution under Creative Commons. Under this license, you are free to share or adapt the curriculum to best meet your needs. If you decide to pursue this learning together with others, WebJunction has a framework for organizing, structuring and leading a group of learners through any self-paced curriculum in the Facilitator Guide: Group Learning in a Self-Paced Course (PDF).