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We have seen many people looking for advice on what they can do and how to contribute to the Black Life Matter movement and stop racial violence and injustice.

So far donating your time and / or money can be one of the most directly influential ways to make a change, educating yourself is just as important. It not only has a reliable effect on your own thoughts and actions, but also arms you complex and often awkward conversations about racing with friends and family.

It is everyone’s responsibility to strive for real change, and educating yourself is the first step. But now is NOT the time to ask your BIPOC network about this education.

So, make an exhaustive list of books, videos and more that you can turn to to expect to ask friends and family of BIPOC.


White fragility Rabbi DiAngelo

Negrand Marga Jefferson

The onset of the age in Mississippi Anne Moody

New Jim Crow Michelle Alexander

Favorite Tony Morrison

Ghosts of boys by Jewell Parker Rhodes

Between the world and me from Ta-Nezwa Coates

Go say it on the mountain James Baldwin

How to be an anti-racist Ibram X. Candy

This book is anti-racist by Tiffany Jewell

Why not accompany longer conversations with white people about the race Renee Edda Lodge

I’m not a woman through the bells

White rage Carol Anderson

So you want to talk about the race by Ijeoma Oluo

Me and White Supremacy Laila F. Saad

Why are all the black kids sitting together in the cafeteria? by Beverly Daniel Tatum, Ph.D.

Does Black Life Have Life? Mummy of Abu Jamal

Fire next time James Baldwin

The screen Mahazin R. Banaji and Anthony G. Greenwald

How does this feel to the problem? author Mustafa Bayumi

Collected still here Autin Channing Brown

The history of the indigenous peoples of the United States Roxana Dunbar-Ortiz

The tears cannot be stopped Michael Eric Dyson

Minor feelings by Cathy Park Hong

Good conversation Mira Jacob

Stamped from the beginning Ibram X. Candy

If they call you a terrorist Patrice Khan-Kallor and Asha Bandele

Remembering the race Ruth King

African American and Latin American History of the United States Pavel Ortyz

Citizen by Claudia Rankine

The color of the law Richard Rothstein

Just mercy Brian Stevenson

American original sin Jim Wallis

Fire this time by Jesmyn Ward

The heat of other suns Isabel Wilkerson

Project of 1619 past The New York Times

Do you need where to buy these books? Instead of contacting Amazon, we ask that you consider support these black bookstores Online either in person (or at a local bookstore in your city).

Documentaries / shows / films

13th Ava Dover

When they see us author Ava Duvernay on Netflix

I’m not your nigger James Baldwin

10 minutes a day? In a few minutes a day you can work on becoming the best ally this is an incredible resource from the fall of Gupta and Brian Wallace.

Other resources and sources

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thank you all *so* much, for such a great list of antiracism books. There were so many (and are still so many others I could’ve included!) that I limited it to only non-fiction (I’ll do a separate fiction one later!) and still you can see I had to squeeze them in. 📚 if you are overwhelmed, please don’t be!! start with one in the middle like Ijeoma Oluo’s So You Want to Talk About Race, Ibram X. Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist, and Layla Saad’s Me and White Supremacy. If you are a young reader, the two outside leaning ones on the right are particularly for you (Tiffany Jewell’s This Book Is Anti-Racist and Kendi and Jason Reynold’s Stamped), but don’t feel limited! 📚 any other suggestions or comments, please comment below for everyone! hope this is helpful ❤️. 📚 extra special thanks to @marmarfrick for suggesting this stack, and for sending me a really excellent list! 😘 📚 📚 #antiracism #antiracist #idealbookshelf #soyouwanttotalkaboutrace #howtobeabantiracist #stampedfromthebeginning #meandwhitesupremacy #thisbookisantiracist #stamped #betweentheworldandme #thecoloroflaw #blindspot #thewarmthofothersuns #goodtalk #minorfeelings #imstillhere #thefirenexttime #thenewjimcrow #whitefragility #mindfulofrace #justmercy #whentheycallyouaterrorist #whyimnolongertalkingtowhitepeopleaboutrace

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