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unlearning, relearning, learning…

It’s been almost 20 years since I sat in a U.S. History class: needless to say, I’m due for a refresher (specifically one that challenges and reframes what I learned growing up). Here are a handful of lists of as well as specificly recommended books, articles, podcasts, documentaries and more that I’ve been working through in case it is helpful to others.

Note: this is a "living" document so I'll be updating as I discover new materials and resources and as I work my way through it: if you have a recommendation to add, please email me at hello@broadclothstudio.com or DM me @broadclothstudio.

Books/Articles

 “An Antiracist Reading List” by Ibram X. Kendi

 “The Anti-Racist Reading List” by Brea Baker 

“White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack” by Peggy McIntosh

“Anti-Racist Resource Guide” by Victoria Alexander

 

Podcasts

NY Times’ 1619 Podcast 

The Appeal’s “Justice in America” 

The Code Switch (I’ll be starting with “The Very Best Of Code Switch, In 8 Episodes”

Vanity Fair’s list of “Nine Podcasts That Demand Your Attention This Week” 

Brené Brown with Ibram X. Kendi on How to Be an Antiracist

 

Documentaries

Vulture’s “12 Documentaries You Should Watch About Racism and Police Brutality in America” 

And more…

AnOther’s “An Ongoing List of Ways to Join the Anti-Racist Fight” 

“The White Person’s Guide to Supporting the Fight for Racial Justice During a Pandemic (5 Steps)” by Grace Greene 

Anti-racism resources compiled by Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein

Jacinta Green of @pinkmimosabyjacinta and @shopjacintagreen’s “Shut Up and Sew Vendor/Store List”