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Anti-Racism Education: A Resource Guide

Cordelia Blanchard 4 years ago

As a result of the recent protests, many people have begun learning more about racism in America and unlearning internal biases and prejudices, both necessary aspects of anti-racism work. We wanted to take some time to share a number of resources that could help you on your anti-racist journey. Below you will find a number of sections reflecting different ways of approaching this learning. We have divided our resources into the following categories: books, articles, podcasts, film, Instagram accounts to follow, courses to take, and organizations to support. We hope you are able to take some time to digest a selection of these resources. While this list is by no means comprehensive, we have found each of these to be helpful in our own understanding of racism and the path of anti-racist work.

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  • “The Death of George Floyd, In Context,” by Jelani Cobb of The New Yorker
  • “Of Course There Are Protests. The State Is Failing Black People,” by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor for the New York Times
  • “This Is How Loved Ones Want Us To Remember George Floyd,” by Alisha Ebrahimji for CNN
  • The New York Times Magazine’s award-winning The 1619 Project, particularly this essay by Nikole Hannah-Jones
  • “You shouldn’t need a Harvard degree to survive birdwatching while black,” by Samuel Getachew, a 17-year-old and the 2019 Oakland youth poet laureate, for the Washington Post
  • “It’s exhausting. How many hashtags will it take for all of America to see Black people as more than their skin color?” by Rita Omokha for Elle
  • “The Case for Reparations,” by Ta-Nehisi Coates for The Atlantic
  • “How to Make This Moment the Turning Point for Real Change,” by Barack Obama in Medium
  • “Black Male Writers For Our Time,” by Ayana Mathis in New York Times, T
  • “I Was The Mayor Of Minneapolis And I Know Our Cops Have A Problem,” by R.T. Rybak in Politico
  • “Don’t understand the protests? What you’re seeing is people pushed to the edge,” by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in Los Angeles Times
  • “I’m Black. My Mom is White. This Is The Talk We Had To Have About George Floyd’s Killing,” by Kimberly J. Miller for The Huffington Post
  • A project from Harvard University about implicit bias
  • “The Law Isn’t Neutral,” by Boston University School of Law dean Angela Onwuachi-Willig in Slate
  • Mitch Landrieu’s Speech on the Removal of Confederate Monuments in New Orleans

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