This guide is intended as a starting point for research on Antiracism with a focus on sources that are available at Rutgers. It is a work in progress and will be updated regularly as new sources are identified and/or become available.
Antiracism is the practice of identifying, challenging, and changing the values, structures and behaviors that perpetuate systemic racism.
See above Anti-Racist Resources guide for additional titles and information on accessing electronic books.
“We ask for nothing that is not right, and herein lies the
great power of our demand.” – Paul Robeson
The library is named for civil rights activist and Rutgers graduate Paul Robeson. We recognize the legacy of his voice speaking up and out against racism. Learn more about Paul Robeson and his Antiracist activism here:
A list of suggested authors. Links go to Rutgers University Libraries catalog items written by the author that are available electronically. You can also search the catalog for additional items about the author, and search our databases for additional materials by and about the author.
“In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist—we must be anti-racist.” — Angela Davis, 1979
This list is by no means comprehensive, nor is it intended as such. It is a work in progress. Suggested sources are most welcome. Antiracist work involves learning and listening and I welcome any feedback that will help enhance this guide.
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