Below is a list of many different sources to white people and all non-black POC to learn and benefit from. As of right now, especially now, it is important to keep up the practice of being anti-racist and helping out each other. Knowledge is very powerful, these sources can enrich, deepen, and further that knowledge, and also how you can help and why your allyship is needed. Feel free to share this list with anyone you know. These sources can be continuously used even after these current events because things like this always happen again.

Resources for white parents to raise anti-racist children:

Articles to read:

Videos to watch:

Podcasts to subscribe to:

Books to read:

Films and TV series to watch:

Organizations to follow on social media:

Albums to Listen To:

                        A Seat At a Table (2016) by Solange

                        When I Get Home (2019) by Solange

                        Lemonade (2016) by Beyoncé

                        4:44 (2017) by JAY-Z

                        The Black Album (2003) by JAY-Z

                        The Lost Boy (2019) by YBN Cordae

                        Room 25 (2018) by Noname

                        The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (1998) by Lauryn Hill

                        To Pimp a Butterfly (2015) by Kendrick Lamar

                        DAMN. (2017) by Kendrick Lamar

                        Lost & Found (2018) by Jorja Smith

                        A Written Testimony (2020) by Jay Electronica

                        KOD (2018) by J. Cole

                        I Used To Know Her (2019)

                        This Land (2019) by Gary Clark Jr.

                        The Score (1996) by the Fugees

                        Black and White America (2011) by Lenny Kravitz

                        Baduizm (1997) by Erykah Badu

                        EVERYTHING IS LOVE (2018) by THE CARTERS

                        I Decided. (2017) by Big Sean

                        Shea Butter Baby (2019) by Ari Lennox

                        2014 Forest Hill Drive (2014) by J. Cole

                        

More anti-racism resources to check out: