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Black Voices & Antiracism Resources

A Collection of Anti-Racism Resources and Black Perspectives

Get Educated: Books on Antiracism

Books on Antiracism for White and non-Black POC

COVID Update: When UT Libraries re-opens our print collection to the campus community, we will add print books we own currently listed under "Books Available Elsewhere" to the main list. At this time, UT Libraries can only provide eBook access to our resources and only eBooks are listed under top list.


UT Libraries eBooks are accessible by UT Austin students, staff and faculty. Please note: some of these titles are limited to one UT Austin user at a time. These titles are noted as "Single User Access" in each title's catalog record. When you are finished reading, please close your web browser windows so that other UT Austin users can access the eBook.


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Books to Find Elsewhere

These books are not currently available as eBooks from UT Libraries. Since UT Libraries are currently closed and our print versions of these titles are not available, please see WorldCat to check availability at your public library or view other purchasing options.

When Affirmative Action Was White: An Untold History of Racial Inequality in Twentieth-Century America

Ira Katznelson

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updated 04/2021

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