Antiracist Resources

Books to Read

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Podcasts to Listen to

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More to do and read

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Vote.

Register to vote here if you haven’t. You can also register to vote ONLINE here.

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Lobby.

Call, text or email political leaders and representatives. Some templates and pre-written emails can be found here.

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Sign.

Sign petitions, many of which can be found here.

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Call it out.

Call out racism when you experience it and try to engage in discussion. A resource for beginning such discussions can be found here.

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Donate.

Donate to the victims, protestors, Black-owned businesses and social justice and advocacy organizations led by Black people. A list of donation opportunities can be found here

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Educate.

Educate yourself and be mindful and thoughtful of the privilege you may experience in your own life. Educational materials in many forms can be found below.

White Privilege Checklist