I chose this topic because I have never in my life been more sensitized to discussions of race than I am right now on my current college campus. Interestingly enough, it's not always 'people of color' who are initiating and engaging the discussions that surround me. Additionally, it was here that I learned the terms "PWI" (predominantly white institution) and "microagression," comments that reflect support of the dominant culture which is white, male, heterosexual, Christian, cisgender, economically stable, educated, young, able-bodied, etc.
Anyhow, I created mine and it is found here. The intro explains its objectives and layout: the target audience is undergraduate students who are writing on race; I wanted to provide both scholarly sources and others that take advantage of various forms of multimedia. So, alongside Thandeka's Learning to be White, you will find Dencia's website for Whitenicious, a skin lightening cream. And alongside Chris Rock's trailer for his Good Hair documentary, you will find the anthology Critical White Studies that houses many voices on the topic.
I have come to the conclusion that I'm doing something right because I've already acquired one hater! As Sharon Irish would say, "Onward!"