For many people. learning about anti-racism can be a difficult and personal process. It can often be difficult to know where to start.
While we are all in different places in our journeys to be anti-racist, a good place to start—or check in with yourself—is by reading, watching, and learning. There have been several resources produced in recent years on this topic. Here are some to get you started.
These resources are not exhaustive. If you have any suggestions of additional resources, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.Books | Articles and Essays | Videos and Films | Podcasts | Other Resources
A list of recommended (anti-racism and related) books to read.
Resources to support you in your anti-racist work.
These videos look at various aspects of racism and white privilege.
Listen to these podcasts to deepen your knowledge of black history.
Other online resources about anti-racism and racial justice.
Learning about Co-ops iMOVe
The purpose of this self serve guidebook is to support anyone looking to create change to understand how the co-op model can help solve problems or challenges in community. It is also designed to be inclusive especially in relation to showcasing how marginalized and racialized communities have used the co-op model to create change in their communities.