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Anti-Racism Guide : Find Resources

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How to Use these Resources

This page has four sections: Read, Watch, Listen, and Research.  Each section has three sampled resources, but you can see more recommendations here.

We chose resources that represent the wide scope of subjects and materials on anti-racism available in the Northeastern Library Collection.  Please note that due to Covid-19, print resources may be temporarily unavailable. 

The resources listed here are not comprehensive, and they inevitably reflect the biases of the various creators. They are intended to provide guidance to a wide variety of general resources. This guide is by no means exhaustive and will be continuously updated. We welcome your feedback and suggestions.

Read

To discover more Non-fiction books go here.

To discover more Fiction books go here.  

To discover more Young Adult books go here

To discover more Children and Families books go here

Research in Northeastern's Archives and Special Collections

The Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections preserve and make accessible the historical records of Boston’s activism, social movements, infrastructure, and neighborhoods, as well as the history of Northeastern. Find records documenting activists organizing for racial justice among other many other causes. 

Listen

To discover more podcasts go here

Research in databases and journals

To discover more databases and journals go here