Anti-Racism Resources

158 Resources to Understand Racism in the United States

  • Traces the historical context, systemic inequality, and anti-black violence
  • Examines the role of protest, intersectionality, and allyship and education

A reading list on anti-Asian American racism in the United States

  • Books on the history of racism against Asian Americans 


African American History: From Emancipation to the Present

  • An open course available online for free from Yale University

Anti-Racism Resources for White People

  • A list of books, films, articles, organizations, and other ways for white people to educate themselves on issues of racial inequality and inequity

Black Life Matters: Anti-Racism Resources for Social Workers and Therapists

  • Webinars for white social workers and therapists
  • Resources for healing and therapy for people of color

Justice in June

  • Self-paced, month-long courses “providing a starting place for individuals trying to become better allies”
  • Choose a course to complete in 10, 25 or 45 minutes per day