When people are targeted, discriminated against, or oppressed over time, they may internalize and start to identify with the myths and information that society creates and communicates.
Healing from the Effects of Internalized Oppression (University of Kansas)
From KU’s Community Toolbox, a detailed description of the causes and effects of internalized oppression as well as strategies for mitigating harm.
Flipping the Script: White Privilege and Community Building (MP Associates, Inc. and the Center for Assessment and Policy Development)
Chapter 5 provides a definition of internalized racism and unpacks how it manifests in four dimensions: inner, interpersonal, institutional and cultural.
Compilation of Tools for Caucusing and Affinity Groups (Racial Equity Tools)
Green Dot: Bystander intervention strategies for reducing power-based personal violence.
Speak Up! (Tolerance Project/SPLC): Handbook of suggestions for responding to racist comments and microaggressions in a wide range of contexts.