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Racial Justice Resources, Chapter 3: News Sources & Organizations, Whiteness & White Supremacy

You may read other chapters here.

Chapter 1: Disclaimers, Baby Steps, Intersectionality, and Critical Race Theory here.

Chapter 2: For Church Study, Feminist Work, & Theology

Chapter 4: History & Poetry

News Sources & Organizations

I’m a big fan of exposing myself to information. Corporate news that we all have access to is incomplete at best (somewhat by necessity), so if you do want to know more, here are organizations, news sources, publications, podcasts, and radio shows you may want to follow on Twitter and Facebook, subscribe to, listen to, or support.

Post your contributions in the comments!

Because there are so many ways to interact with these listed below, I will not post links. Simply go to your preferred platform and search.

Black Lives Matter
Native Lives Matter
18 Million Rising
National Council of Asian Pacific Americans
NPR’s Code Switch (show and podcast)
The Feminist Wire
Colorlines
Facing Race
Muslim AntiRacism
Fusion
Latino Rebels
Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference
Audre Lorde Project
Southerners on New Ground
Center for Asian American Media
ChangeLab
NAACP
Asian American Legal Defense & Education Fund
Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund
Council on American-Islamic Relations
Sikh American Legal Defense & Education Fund

Whiteness & White Supremacy

Dear White Christians, by Jennifer Harvey
Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination, by Toni Morrison
Witnessing Whiteness: The Need to Talk About Race and How to Do It, by Shelly Tochluk
Working Toward Whiteness: How America's Immigrants Became White, by David Roediger
The Wages of Whiteness: Race and the Making of the American Working Class, by David Roediger
The Making and Unmaking of Whiteness
Critical White Studies: Looking Behind the Mirror, edited by Richard Delgado & Jean Stefancic
Disrupting White Supremacy from Within, edited by Jennifer Harvey, Karin A. Case, & Robin Hawley Gorsline


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