The 1619 Project Nikole Hannah Jones, The New York Times

Anti-Racist Checklist for Whites Robin DiAngelo, 2016

A Critique of “Our Constitution Is Color-Blind.” Neil Gotanda, 1991

The Case for Reparations Ta-Nehisi Coates

Civil Rights Protests Have Never Been Popular Ta-Nehisi Coates, 2017

Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex: A Black Feminist Critique of Antidiscrimination Doctrine, Feminist Theory and Antiracist Politics Kimberle Crenshaw, 1989

Harvard’s Implicit Bias Test

Killing Us Softly: Navigating State and State-Sanctioned Violence Against Black Men’s Humanity Charles H.F. Davis III, Keon A. McGuire

Learning from the Outsider Within: The Sociological Significance of Black Feminist Thought Patricia Hill Collins, 1986

On Trans Dissemblance: Or, Why Trans Studies Needs Black Feminism Varun Chaudhry, 2020

Racism, whiteness, and burnout in antiracism movements: How white racial justice activists elevate burnout in racial justice activists of color in the United States Paul Gorski, 2019

Race and Essentialism in Feminist Legal Theory Angela P. Harris, 1990

Race without Racism: How Higher Education Researchers Minimize Racist Institutional Norms Shaun Harper, 2012

Spirit-Murdering the Messenger: The Discourse of Fingerpointing as the Law’s Response to Racism Patricia Williams, 1987

The Subtle Linguistics of White Supremacy Yawo Brown, 2015

Welcome To The Anti-Racism Movement — Here’s What You’ve Missed Ijeoma Oluo, 2017

White Fragility and the Rules of Engagement Robin Diangelo, 2015

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack Peggy McIntosh, 1989

Whiteness as Property Cheryl Harris, 1993

Who’s Afraid of Critical Race Theory? Derrick A. Bell, 1995

Who Gets To Be Afraid in America? Ibram X. Kendi

The Year I Gave Up White Comfort: An Ode to my White “Friends” on Being Better to Black Womxn Rachel Ricketts, 2019


Deeper Learning

Anti-Asian Racism Resources

Allyship, Anti-Black Racism & Teaching

Additional Resources 

Resources for Talking About Race, Racism, Racialized Violence with Kids from the Center for Racial Justice in Education