An Essential List Of Anti-Racism Resources  

Change needs to happen. Now, more than ever.


In a time where many of us may be feeling ashamed, embarrassed, or even helpless about our previous efforts to educate ourselves on systematic racism and white supremacy, it is now the time, more than ever, to prioritize this learning and understand what it takes to be actively anti-racist. Alongside donating to numerous funds and organizations, signing petitions and attending peaceful protests to influence the pressure of the movement right now, educating yourself by listening and learning is an effective way to encourage change in the long-term. We’ve rounded up a list of recommended resources that we’ve been seeing over social media to help with the understanding of racial injustice and to further support the Black Lives Matter movement. 



‘How To Be An Antiracist’ - by Ibram X. Kendi

‘They Can’t Kill Us All’ - by Wesley Lowery

‘I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings’ - by Maya Angelou 

‘White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism’ - by Robin DiAngelo

‘The Bluest Eye’ - by Toni Morrison

‘Americanah’ - by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie 

‘Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race’ - by Reni Eddo-Lodge

‘Me and White Supremacy’ - by Layla F. Saad



‘When They See Us’ - available on Netflix

‘13th’ - available on Netflix

‘LA 92’ - available on Netflix

‘I Am Not Your Negro’ - available on Amazon Prime

‘Just Mercy’ - available on Amazon Prime



‘1619’ - by The New York Times

‘About Race’ - by Reni Eddo-Lodge

‘Witness Black History’ - by BBC World Service

‘Code Switch’ - by NPR

‘Adwoa Talks To Ore Ogunbiyi About Being The Only Black Girl In The Room at Cambridge’ - by Gurls Talk 


Next up, Why “All Lives Matter” Does Not Support The Fight For Equality