Anti-Racism & Advocacy Resources

An Antiracist Reading List - The New York Times


Provided by Rabia Castellano MSW





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75 Things White People Can Do for Racial JusticeCorinne Shutack
How White Womens’ Tears Threaten Black ExistenceCameron Glover
When Feminism is White Supremacy in HeelsRachel Cargle
The Souls of White FolkStephen Jamal Leeper
What do we do with white folks?Anthony James William
White People Have No CultureLorena Wallace
White FragilityThe Conscious Kid
Trump Defends White-Nationalist Protesters: ‘Some Very FinePeople on Both Sides’Rosie Gray
Discourse & Debate: Is performative activism inherently bad?Kayla Abrams
Amy Cooper, White Spaces, and the Political Projection of WhitenessWear Your Voice Magazine
The White SpaceElijah Anderson
Anti-Racist Lesson Plans & Resources for EducatorsCompilation
Here Are 21 Free Resources for Teaching Social Justice in theClassroomMegan DeMatteo
Children’s books that discuss race and racism@wanderingbritt_ (twitter thread)
PODCASTS / EPISODES (Spotify links)
Why The Coronavirus Is Hitting Black Communities HardestNPR Code Switch
Dismantling White Fragility“…DiAngelo calls on white people to let go of guilt and to pick upresponsibility. When you break free from the urge to defend yourselfand start doing the inner work, it can be fantastically liberating…”The goop PodcastDisregard that it’s from Goop; No Gwyneth Paltrow
Timestamps1:15-30:40, 33:40-62:02
Racism Cont’dWhat a Day
About Race with Renni Eddo-Lodge
Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About RaceRenni Eddo-Lodgeaudio version of aforementioned article
“The Negro In American Culture” 1961James Baldwin, Langston Hughes, LorraineHansberry, Emile Capouya, Alfred KazinYoutube link to audio
A Weekend of Pain and Protest (June 1, 2020)The Daily by The New York Times
The Systems That Protect the Police (June 2, 2020)The Daily by The New York Times
The Fire Next TimeJames Baldwin
Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United StatesRoxanne Dunbar-OrtizI just read this and thought it wasan amazing historical perspective
How to be an AntiracistIbram X. Kendi
Pushout: the Criminalization of Black Girls in SchoolsMonique W. Morris
From #BlackLivesMatter to Black LiberationKeeanga Yamahtta-Taylor
As Black as ResistanceZoe Samudzi
When Affirmative Action was WhiteIra KatznelsonThis was a great historical perspective!
So You Want to Talk About RaceIjeoma Oluo
White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk AboutRacismRobin DiAngelo
The New Jim CrowMichelle Alexander
Freedom is a Constant StruggleAngela Davis
Women, Race and ClassAngela Davis
Sister OutsiderAudre Lorde
Your Silence Will Not Protect YouAudre Lorde
BelovedToni Morrison
The Bluest EyeToni Morrison
Song of SolomanToni Morrison
Who do you serve? Who do you protect?Alicia Garza, Joe Macaré, Maya Schenwar, and Alana Yu-lan Price
Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial ComplexEric A. Stanley
The Autobiography of Malcolm XAlex Haley and Malcolm X
Race MattersCornel West
Noname Book Club (monthly)Noname
How We Get Free: Black Feminism and the Combahee River CollectiveKeeanga Yamahtta-Taylor
Crunk Feminist CollectionBrittney Cooper, Susana M. Morris and Robin M. Boylorn, Crunk Feminist Collective
They Can’t Kill Us AllWesley Lowry
Racism Without RacistsEduardo Bonilla-Silva
This Bridge Called My BackCompilation, edited by Cherrie Moraga and Gloria Anzaldua
I Know Why the Caged Bird SingsMaya Angelou
Redefining RealnessJanet Mock
Their Eyes Were Watching GodZora Neale Hurston
The Warmth of Other SunsIsabel Wilkerson
Black Against Empire: The History and Politics of the Black Panther PartyJoshua Bloom
Just MercyBryan Stevenson
Police Scanner MapNY, LA, ATX, Bay Area, Chicago
Citizen App: Connect and Stay Safe (download link)
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