Anti-Racist Reading

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If you’re looking for reading material about race in America, here are several resources:

"Resources for Race, Equity, and Inclusion", from We Need Diverse Books, a non-profit working to bring diversity to children's books.

"Books About Racism to Educate Yourself and Support Black Lives" from OprahMag.com.

"The Best Books for Discussing Racism with Children and Teenagers" from OprahMag.com.

"Microaggressions Are A Big Deal: How To Talk Them Out And When To Walk Away" on NPR.org (text and also audio).

"How Do We Change America?" from The New Yorker.

"Antiracist Reading Recs" from Bookshop.org.