More Anti-Racism Books
Every book on this page explores some aspect of racism in fiction or non-fiction. Many are written by people of color. Support the work of anti-racist creators and buy their books and art and other products.
I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness by Austin Channing Brown is a wonderful and charming book as well as an important book about how fragile white people can impact a Black woman’s experience in professional and personal spaces. Highly recommended.
Sister Outsider by Audre Lord: This is a classic of intersectional thought. Lord’s essays discuss being a Black gay woman and how it affected her journey through the world through her powerful lens. It’s a must-read.
White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard For White People to Talk About Racism by Robin D’Angelo is a book for white people by a white woman who has made a career of anti-racism trainings and has observed the phenomenon of white fragility and studied it for many years.