The purpose of this page is to highlight key resources and materials on racial equity and cultural competence for students, instructors, and professionals in the field of applied behavior analysis.
This page is a student-led effort, and is continuously under development. Expect new resources to be added over time. If you have a suggestion for a resource to add, we welcome it. To suggest a resource, please complete this form.
Below, you can find a series of videos that describe strategies for professionals and caregivers for talking to children with autism about race.
The “New Talk” and Autism: How to Talk to Your Child With Autism About Race
By Mikeya Dunnigan
Talking to Children with Autism About Race
By Alexandria Thomas
Books and Publications
Below, you will find a list of recommended books and publications.
Multiculturalism and Diversity in Applied Behavior Analysis: Bridging Theory and Application, edited by Brian M. Conners and Shawn T. Capell