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Racial justice and anti-racism resources: Home

Books,and films,available remotely related to racial justice and anti-racism

The MIT Libraries and the MIT Press stand with Black Lives Matter and all who protest against systemic and recurring acts of violence against Black people. See statement.

BLM demonstration London, 06062020

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These books and films are available remotely to the MIT community. See more information about connecting from off-campus.

This guide is by no means exhaustive and is limited to items that the MIT Libraries are able to provide remote access for. If you know of a related book, film or piece of music that you would like the Libraries to purchase you can suggest it here, or if you want us to add a book to this guide please send your suggestion to csa-lib@mit.edu.

Racial justice and policing

Foundational reading on racism in the U.S.

Personal accounts

Racial justice activism

Anti-Racism

Examining whiteness

Recommended resources

Resources for Advancing Racial Equity and Social Justice created by MIT School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences

#BLM Libguide - created by Grace Kindeke and Julia Lanigan, MIT Libraries

BlackLivesMatterSyllabus.com - created by Professor Frank Leon Roberts, New York University

Charleston Syllabus - created by the African American Intellectual Historical Society (AAIHS)

Ferguson Syllabus - created by Sociologists for Justice

Lemonade Class Syllabus - created by Dr. Kinitra D. Brooks, University of Texas at San Antonio