Enlightening resources to get educated on anti-racism
March 21-27 is the International Week of Solidarity with People's Struggling Against Racism and Discrimination
In 2020, protests erupted all over the US and in many major cities around the world following the murder of George Floyd by four police officers, making clear that it is not enough to just be “not racist” anymore. As Desmond Tutu said, “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.”
Active choices must be made to get involved, get loud, have hard conversations with your family and friends, donate to support movements combating racism and police brutality, and much more. But the first step is getting educated, and luckily the resources are all at your disposal.
Click through to see some of the books you can read, films you can watch, podcasts you can listen to, and people you can follow to start doing your part in the world’s shift towards equality.
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