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MIT Reads: Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?: Further Reading

For MIT Reads' Spring 2019 selection, the 20th anniversary edition of Beverly Daniel Tatum's classic Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?

Additional Recommended Reading

The books featured in the articles below are all available through MIT Libraries:

Bustle's "10 Books About Race To Read Instead Of Asking A Person Of Color To Explain Things To You" by Sadie Trombetta

The Washington Post's "Teaching for Black Lives" by Valerie Strauss (about the book edited by Dyan Watson, Jesse Hagopian and Wayne Au)


 ADL is an anti-hate organization that provides anti-bias education in the form of  relevant curricula and customizable, interactive training programs that incorporate the latest research. They also provide valuable anti hate resources for educators and families.

Racial Equity Tools is an organization promoting racial equality through action, planning, learning, and more. Their resources include strategies for advocacy and dialogue, as well as informational modules on racial equity and addressing the consequences of white privilege. 


For more information on MITReads discussion times and dates for this book, as well as Dr. Tatum's visit to campus, please visit the main MITReads webpage.