Antiracism Resources

Antiracism Resources

Antiracism Reading List — Read about racial justice and advocacy, discover the rich culture, accomplishments and tradition of African American families, and put yourself in the shoes of African American literary characters.

From the LC Collection —Browse through the Padlet board that highlights antiracism titles in our collection.

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Kennedy Library Archives — Primary sources archived by the JFK Library that address racism and civil rights.

PBS Learning Media — Curated collection of educational resources to help students understand the history of racism in America and learn about civic engagement and how to share their voices.

Did you know?

Did you know that Frances Perkins was the first female cabinet member in U.S. History? Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed her Secretary of Labor in 1933. Read more about her at the Frances Perkins Center website.


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