Anti-Racist Books To Add To Your Reading List

Updated: May 4


So You Want to Talk About Race

This New York Times bestseller shows people of all races how to have constructive and valuable conversations about race in America by answering common questions while providing education on our country's racist heritage. This book is a great resource to learn more about how racism and activism play a major role in our world today.


$14 on amazon.com



How to Be An Antiracist

This New York Times bestselling book explains why being neutral is not an option in our country today. He explains how to stand against racism; we have to be actively anti-racist. This book is a great resource to learn more about how racism and activism play a major role in our world today.


$15 on amazon.com



Between The World And Me

This New York Times bestseller features both a personal narrative with education to help explain racism in America, in history and as it exists today. This book is a great resource to learn more about how racism and activism play a major role in our world today.


$12 on amazon.com



My Vanishing Country

Part memoir, part historical and cultural analysis, illuminates the continued systemic oppression and broken systems experienced by Black Americans, specifically in the South. This book is a great resource to learn more about how racism and activism play a major role in our world today.


$10 on amazon.com



Hood Feminism

This collection of essays explores the modern-day feminist movement and all of its blind spots, including its failure to create equality for all women. This book is a great resource to learn more about how racism and activism play a major role in our world today.


$16 on amazon.com



Me and White Supremacy

Saad has gifted the world with an unparalleled resource for digging up the deepest and most disguised white supremacy layers. This book is a great resource to learn more about how racism and activism play a major role in our world today.


$14 on amazon.com



Sister Outsider

A collection of fifteen introductory essays written by Audre Lorde, the late feminist and black lesbian poet. Praised as landmark writings, Lorde speaks to racism, sexism, LGBTQ+ issues, and so much more. This book is a great resource to learn more about how racism and activism play a major role in our world today.


$12 on amazon.com