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Displays: Anti-Racism Resources


Anti-Racism Reading

What can we do to show our support during times like this? Research is a good first step. Read books by black authors. Seek out black narratives and perspectives. Educate yourself on systematic racism and white privilege.

This guide contains eBooks and other online resources written by black authors tackling topics such as racism and white supremacy, and the history, arts and culture of the black diaspora in Britain and around the world.


Why I'm no longer talking to white people about race
Dismantling race in higher education : racism, whiteness and decolonising the academy
There Ain't No Black in the Union Jack
Ain't I A Woman?
Black women's liberatory pedagogies : resistance, transformation, and healing within and beyond the academy
Liberated threads : black women, style, and the global politics of soul.
Troubling Vision: Performance, Visuality, and Blackness
Black feminist politics from Kennedy to Trump
Spectacular Blackness
Black artists in British Art
Shades of Black
Microaggressions and modern racism : endurance and evolution
Black Looks: Race and Representation

Films & Documentaries

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1972
Malcolm X
Get Out
A Moving Image
Out in the Night
Paris is Burning
12 Years a Slave