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This Book Is Anti-racist
Book - 2020
Stamped
Racism, Antiracism, and You
Book - 2020
How I Resist
Activism and Hope for A New Generation
Book - 2018
We Rise, We Resist, We Raise Our Voices
Book - 2018
The Freedom Writers Diary
How A Teacher and 150 Teens Used Writing to Change Themselves and the World Around Them
eBook - 2007
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The 57 Bus
Book - 2017
An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States for Young People
Book - 2019
They Can't Kill Us All
Ferguson, Baltimore, and A New Era in America's Racial Justice Movement
Book - 2016
March
Book One
Book - 2013
ManyAnswers: Civil Rights Movement (United States of America)
Web Resource
ManyAnswers is written by New Zealand librarians and is the go-to place for high-schoolers looking for homework help. This page introduces you to the Civil Rights Movement and links you to other online resources to deepen your understanding. ManyAnswers is written by New Zealand librarians and is the go-to place for high-schoolers looking for homework help. This page introduces you to the Civil Rights Movement and links you to other online resources to deepen your understanding. Show less
Te Tiriti o Waitangi
The Treaty of Waitangi
Book - 2019
Hīkoi
Forty Years of Māori Protest
Book - 2004
ManyAnswers: Māori Land March 1975
Web Resource
ManyAnswers is written by New Zealand librarians and is the go-to place for high-schoolers looking for homework help. This page introduces you to the Māor...Show more ManyAnswers is written by New Zealand librarians and is the go-to place for high-schoolers looking for homework help. This page introduces you to the Māori Land March in 1975 that was in protest to the loss of Māori land. A great place for young teens looking to explore New Zealand's history of protest. Show less
Tangata Whenua
An Illustrated History
Book - 2014
Old Asian, New Asian
Book - 2017
Island Time
New Zealand's Pacific Futures
Book - 2017
Imagining Decolonisation
Book - 2020
Me and White Supremacy
How to Recognise your Privilege, Combat Racism and Change the World
Book - 2020
So You Want to Talk About Race
Book - 2018
Why You Need to Stop Saying 'All Lives Matter'
Web Resource
"Let me be clear: stating that black lives matter doesn’t insinuate that other lives don’t". Rachel Elizabeth Cargel explains what 'Black Lives ...Show more "Let me be clear: stating that black lives matter doesn’t insinuate that other lives don’t". Rachel Elizabeth Cargel explains what 'Black Lives Matter' means and the effects of countering it with 'All Lives Matter'. You can learn more about Cargel's anti-racist work at rachelcargle.com and on Instagram @rachel.cargel Show less
Racism and White Defensiveness in Aotearoa: A Pākehā Perspective
Web Resource
This easy-to-read article looks at whiteness in Aotearoa and breaks down the ways that white people become defensive or angry in conversations about racis...Show more This easy-to-read article looks at whiteness in Aotearoa and breaks down the ways that white people become defensive or angry in conversations about racism. Written by a white author, it's a reflective examination of the ways Pākehā can acknowledge their whiteness and work to become anti-racist. Also seek out Robin Diangelo's more academic article that tackles the same topic: "White Fragility and the Rules of Engagement". Show less
A Collection of Anti-Racist and Racial Justice Resources
Web Resource
This page compiles a range of resources from addressing whiteness to articles about mixed-race experiences. Educator, lawyer, and healer Rachel Ricketts e...Show more This page compiles a range of resources from addressing whiteness to articles about mixed-race experiences. Educator, lawyer, and healer Rachel Ricketts educates white people on their role in perpetuating white supremacy and helps BIPOC heal from internalised impression. Show less
White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack
Web Resource
This academic essay by feminist Peggy McIntosh examines the invisible benefits that white people (known as 'white privilege') receive in society. In a ref...Show more This academic essay by feminist Peggy McIntosh examines the invisible benefits that white people (known as 'white privilege') receive in society. In a reflective exercise that the reader can replicate, she identifies 50 examples of white privilege in her life. You can download the essay at the bottom of the Wikipedia page. Show less
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