Books

Black Lives Matter

Asian Pacific Islander American

Native Voices

  • Creative works by Greg Sarris: Dr. Sarris has published notable books, including; Keeping Slug Woman Alive: A Holistic Approach to American Indian Texts (1993), a widely anthologized collection of essays; Grand Avenue (1994), Greg’s highly acclaimed and awarded collection of short stories that was adapted for an HBO Miniseries of the same name, co-executive produced by Robert Redford.
  • 14 Contemporary books by Native American authors: These novels (some available now, some about to be) are more than necessary or “important” — they are books you’ll love reading.

White Privilege 

  • What Does It Mean to Be White?: Developing White Racial Literacy, by Robin Diangelo

  • White Awake: An Honest Look at What it Means to Be White, by Daniel Hill

  • White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, by Robin Diangelo

  • White Negroes: When Cornrows Were in Vogue...and Other Thoughts on Cultural Appropriation, by Lauren Michele Jackson

  • White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide, by Carol Anderson, PhD

  • Antagonist, Advocates and Allies: The Wake Up Call Guide for White Women Who Want to Become Allies With Black Women, by Catrice M. Jackson

  • Me & White Supremacy: How to Recognize Your Privilege, Combat Racism, and Change the World, By Layla F. Saad

Latinx

LGBTQ

  • LGBTQ Books With A POC Protagonist, Because It's TIme to Diversify Your Reading List: No matter who you are — black, white, gay, straight, male, female — reading provides you with an opportunity to see inside someone else's life. Books are the perfect tool to help you navigate through the diverse experiences of other people, and they have the ability to help you better understand and empathize with someone outside of your own circumstances. 

Kids and Race

Sociology

  • 26 Ways to be in the Struggle Beyond the Streets:  An important article is so hugely important, and comes in the midst of very visible, national organizing under the banner of Black Lives Matter, and is especially important for anyone (Black, non-Black people of color, and white people trying to practice allyship) who is sick, disabled, low or no-income, rural, etc. and may not know how you can contribute.