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Anti-Racism Resources

This guide provides links to anti-racism articles, books, web sites, and other resources. Many of these were suggested by the Kent State University community.

Introduction

This guide provides resources for white people seeking to become a better ally to the antiracism movement. It includes resources to help define what being a good ally requires as well as resources to help individuals educate themselves on their own biases and white privilege and to step toward both a deeper understanding of racism in the country today and toward action to make a change in their own communities and organizations. A variety of media are presented, from TED talks and organizational links, to in-depth scholarly books and articles. 

Books

Media

Organizations

The following are some key organizations dedicated to seeking racial justice. Allies can look to organizations like these to find ways to contribute and work for real change: