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Black Voices & Antiracism Resources

A Collection of Anti-Racism Resources and Black Perspectives

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This collection of anti-racism resources, works by Black authors, list of organizations and resources was compiled by a non-Black WOC librarian at UT Libraries for patrons. The guide was created to provide a starting point for the UT community to educate ourselves, reflect on our societal privileges, listen to Black voices and take action against structural racism. It is a living document. Recommendations and feedback are welcomed from the community. Before you explore the guide, it is recommended that you read this article on how to effectively engage with anti-racist resource lists:

What Is an Anti-Racist Reading List For? 

 

“The books are there, they’ve always been there, yet the lists keep coming, bathing us in the pleasure of a recommendation. But that’s the thing about the reading. It has to be done.”

 

FYI

The UT community is welcome to suggest resources, guides or other information relevant to this guide by Suggesting a Purchase or emailing the guide's librarian. Please also feel free to contact if you notice any broken links. 

New Non-Fiction

All books are eBooks unless otherwise noted.

New Fiction by Black Authors

U.S. Studies Librarian

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