As we put together this display, we were inspired by some excellent reading lists, blogs, and social medial campaigns related to #Black Lives Matter, racism, and other similar topics. Here’s a roundup of some resources for those who want to read more — or for anyone who is not able to make it over to the Langson Library to check out the Black Lives Matter Display.
5 Reading Lists
New South Negress Writing, diversity, & research consulting services with an emphasis on race, gender, culture, cities, and social justice for individuals and organizations.
RacismReview RacismReview is intended to provide a credible and reliable source of information for journalists, students and members of the general public who are seeking solid evidence-based research and analysis of “race,” racism, ethnicity, and immigration issues.
Black Girl Dangerous Mia McKenzie, creator of the enormously popular website Black Girl Dangerous, writes about race, queerness, class and gender in a concise, compelling voice filled at different times with humor, grief, rage, and joy.
Authors of Color A place to find literature and writing by authors of color.
This is Everyday Racism This blog is a safe space by and for people of color where they can share their experiences with everyday, subtle racism, or racial microaggressions. Our main goal is to help people of color feel supported and validated in dealing with this insidious, and often far more damaging, form of racism.
5 Additional Social Media Campaigns
#IfTheyGunnedMeDown illustrates the pejorative selection of images used in news stories about black victims of police shootings.
#blackgirlmagic celebrates the beauty, power and resilience of black women.
#ACLU defends and preserves the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States.
#LibrariesResist Building a curated list of resources for libraries and library workers in the resistance.