by Linda Kramer Jenning
In a world where George Floyd and Breonna Taylor are killed by police, how can we learn more about anti-racism and white privilege?
Reading may seem passive, but it can be a step toward learning and changing behaviors. Eagle Harbor Books, besides announcing it would give 10 percent of last weekend’s sales to Black Lives Matter, compiled a list of anti-racist books with options for all ages. The Seattle Public Library posted to its site a list of books on race, race relations, racism, and white privilege.
Lists and resources also are being shared on social media and by a wide range of nonprofits, universities, magazines and news outlets. AHB board member Linda Kramer Jenning pulled some of them together in an article for PostAlley.org.
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