This website, powered by bookshop.org, has a lovely webpage full of books in various categories by Native authors.
The Othering & Belonging Institute at UC-Berkeley just released a short video offering clear definitions of various forms of racism (institutional, systemic, structural).
You might not agree with abolitionism fully but the work that is being done in this movement is compelling and worthy of engagement. A great place to start is with the Bay Area Transformation Justice Collective list of resources.
I ran across this list today, of videos John and Hank Green curated to engage issues having to do with the Black Lives Matter movement. It’s several years old, but they are still pithy, pertinent, and profound. Worth another look!
Krista Tippet and the staff at the On Being show (a public radio show), have curated a very useful set of resources on the practice of land acknowledgements.
Here’s a useful and concise list of principles for embodying anti-racist community-engaged pedagogies.
Here is a treasure trove of articles, blog posts, tools, and other resources that are focused on liberators pedagogies and designing for equity.
We have been focusing in this bibliography on racial justice issues — but of course they intersect with many other forms of oppression. Lately it seems we need more public work on issues having to do with positive depictions of sexuality and consent. Some useful resources include: