Reader Recommends: Antiracism Resources Including Books, Podcasts, and People to Follow

We asked readers to tell us what antiracism resources they’ve found helpful. Ahead are the books, podcasts, and people they recommend.

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We’ve put together lists of books, people and organizations, and podcasts that our readers and social media communities say have been major helps in their journey toward antiracism, and in becoming better advocates of racial justice.

Perhaps some of these names and titles will be familiar to you, but we hope you discover some new resources to also aid you in your pursuit of truth, knowledge, and inspiration toward activism.



  • NO WHITE SAVIORS – Advocacy campaign mostly led by women and professionals based in Kampala, Uganda. Instagram & Twitter @ nowhitesaviors
  • BRITTANY PACKNETT CUNNINGHAM -Activist, writer, and former member of President Obama’s 21st Century Policing Task Force. Twitter @ MsPackyetti
  • DANIELLE COKE – Illustrator who uses her talents to encourage faith, inspire justice, and help others love their neighbors well. Instagram @ ohhappydan
  • LISA SHARON HARPER – Speaker, writer, and activist who helps mobilize religious and community leaders on racial justice.
  • BERNICE A. KING– CEO of The King Center carrying the mantle of her father MLK Jr.’s nonviolent philosophy and methods. Twitter @ berniceking
  • THE CONSCIOUS KID – Research and policy organization centered on disrupting racism in young people through education.

MORE: See our Twitter “100” list of more inspiring people and organizations to follow.


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