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How To Be An Antiracist By Ibram X. Kendi is about concepts of racism and proposals for anti-racist, individual actions.
White Fragility By Robin Diangelo is about why it is so hard for white people to talk about racism and systematic racism.
So You Want To Talk About Race By Ijeoma Oluo is about white supremacy- from police brutality to mass incarcerations of Black Americans.
"They Can't Kill Us All" By Wesley Lowery is about a quest for justice of police brutality.
Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria By Beverly Daniel Tatum is about how in a racially mixed high school, you will see black, Latino, and white students in their own groups. The book also talks about if it is self-segregation or if it is because of people judging each other by the color of their skin.
The Bridge Called My Back by Rosario Morales is lots of poems from feminists.
The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander talks about lots African Americans being incarcerated.
Two-Faced Racism by Leslie Houts Picca talks about 626 journals of racial events from white college students at 28 colleges in the US.
White Rage by Carol Anderson talks about her thesis of white backlash. According to Carol, structural racism has brought resentment.
I'm Still Here by Austin Channing Brown is about institutions claims to value diversity. Austin talks about her journey to self-worth and the struggles.
My Vanishing Country by Bakari Sellers illuminates the forgotten black working-class.
Hood Feminism by Mikki Kendall is about notes from women that a movement had forgotten. It also talks about feminist issues like food insecurity and the living wage.
Tears We Cannot Stop by Michael Eric Dyson is about the social construct of "whiteness"
Words of Fire by Jennifer A. Nielson is a collection of writings from 60 African American females.
Medical Apartheid by Harriet A. Washington is about history of experimentation on African-Americans.