F&M College Library

Antiracist Resources

Recommended Readings: Understanding Racism & White Privilege

Racism & Technology

Autobiographies, Biographies, & Memoirs

Poetry & Essays

Fiction of Interest

Open Access Books to Check Out

One major collection of antiracist texts have been made available through Project MUSE. Click on the link here to explore, and note that the titles in the Project MUSE collection are searchable in the College Library's Discover tool.

Slide deck: Working Towards Antiracism and Culturally Responsive Teaching in Open Education

Current & Historical Newspapers

Curious about coverage for past protests and police brutalities?

Visit https://library.fandm.edu/newspapers for a list of popular titles and availability at the library.

Use these Library databases to view current and historic newspapers: 


For a collection of digital zines that speak to race, policing, and activism, visit the Sherwood Forest Zine Library's website


Student Recommendations

Still want more?

Check out these resource compilations: 

And look for these suggested book titles. Credit for the images below goes to Victoria Alexander on Twitter at @victoriaalxndr