What to Watch, Read, and Listen To - Black & Indigenous Allyship Resources
If Beale Street Could Talk - Hulu
The Hate You Give - Cinemax
American Son - Netflix
See You Yesterday - Netflix
Dear White People - Netflix
When They See Us - Netflix
13th - Netflix
King in the Wilderness - HBO
Dismantle White Supremacy - Lecture by Brittany Packnett
How to overcome our biases? Walk boldly towards them! - Verna Myers
White Fragility - Robin DiAngelo
How to be Anti-Racist - Ibram X Kendi
The New Jim Crow - Michelle Alexander
Divided Sisters - Midge Wilson and Kathy Russell
The Bluest Eye - Toni Morrison
Their Eyes Were Watching God - Zora Neale Hurston
They Can’t Kill Us All - Wesley Lowery
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings - Maya Angelou
Fatal Invention - Dorothy Roberts
Locking Up Our Own - James Forman
The Miner’s Canary - Lani Guiner and Gerald Torres
The Wretched of the Earth - Frantz Fanon
Me and White Supremacy - Layla F. Saad
Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race - Renni-Eddo Lodge
The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness - Michelle Alexander
FAITH BASED BOOKS
The Cross and the Lynching Tree (Christian)
The 1619 Project by The New York Times
TO LISTEN TO
Code Switch - NPR’s podcast about race and identity.
1619 - Accompanying podcast to NYT’s The 1619 Project.
The Daily - Many of the episodes touch on racial disparities and explores how much race plays a part in everything we see and do, including “The Systems That Protect the Police” and “The Latest From Minneapolis”.
"Intersectionality Matters!" Hosted by Kimberle Crenshaw
"Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast"
The United States of Anxiety - Talks about race and its history within the borders of the United States.
"Pod for the Cause" - Leadership conference on civil and human rights.
Pod save the people (Crooked Media) - Analyzes social issues, culture and politics.
Still Processing - Discusses everything from books to art to movies, while explaining how that often intersects with race in America.
Another Round - Been on hiatus since late 2017 but it’s still a good resource if you’re looking for a podcast that covers various aspects of the world (sometimes strictly through the lens of race).
Good Ancestor Podcast - Interview series hosted by Layla F. Saad, featuring “change-makers and culture-shapers exploring what it means to be a good ancestor”.
The Nod - The stories of Black life that don’t get told anywhere else (Gimlet Media).
Yo, Is This Racist? - Takes questions from listeners about whether something is racist or not and breaks it down.
No Country for Young Women - About life, love, and work in a white man’s world.
Come Through - Focuses on race in 2020.
About Race - Talks about how to get involved with activism in effective ways. Hosted by Renni-Eddo Lodge, author of Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race.
Dear White Women - Social justice podcast hosted by Sara and Mishasha, two half-Japanese, half-white women who created the show as a way to talk about racial identity, among other issues.
Counter Stories - (NPR) Looks at the effect of implicit bias and institutional racism on women of color's reproductive health, and at the greater historical narrative of native women and women of color being continually separated from their children.
"Parenting Forward" podcast episode, “Five pandemic parenting lessons with Cindy Wang Brandt”.
"Fare of the Free Child" podcast
Speaking of Racism - Anti-racism podcast that discusses the various levels and history of racism within the United States.