During #ScholarStrike, I have replaced my webpage by a few resources outlining some of the ways in which, stated commitments notwithstanding, the University of Chicago continues its long history of complicity with and direct involvement in racist practices, and though its actions and inactions, stands in tacit opposition to the Black Lives Matter movement.

(Links to several resources on racial justice in mathematics can be found in Samuel Hansen's Resources for Anti-Racism and Social Justice in the Mathematical Sciences, posted around the time of the #ShutDownSTEM day, and the American Mathematical Society's inclusion/exclusion blog.)

More than Diversity---A Call to Action from University of Chicago Faculty

A Call to Action from University of Chicago Black Graduate Students

Reparations at UChicago Working Group

A Case for Reparations at the University of Chicago by Caine Jordan, Guy Emerson Mount, and Kai Parker

UChicago United, a coalition of multicultural student organizations

UChicago United's Disorientation Guide 2019 (see in particular Chapter 9)

UChicago Petition for Autumm 2020 Remote-Learning

Panels hosted by Scholars for Social Justice (both including panelists from UChicago): On the University of Chicago Police Department: