Anti-Racism Resources

"It's really important if you care about these issues and care about ending racism in our society then you familiarise yourself with the ways in which race has shaped our society." - Reni Eddo-Lodge

We all need to be committed to learning, praying, self-reflection and having those uncomfortable conversations that will help to deepen understanding and break down barriers, in order to work together to fight the injustices in our society.
We hope these resources will help you in your anti-racism education. Please feel free to share any resources you've found useful in the comments below!



The Origin of Race in the USA

Jim Crow and America's Racism Explained

Akala deconstructs race, class, and Britain's modern myths

The Windrush Generation Explained

James Baldwin debates racial injustice, at Cambridge University in 1965

A Simple Question About Race

Angela Davis: How Does Change Happen?

Anti-Racist Jane Elliott on Fighting Racism

The UK’s Windrush Generation

Dr. Joy DeGruy Leary: Post Traumatic Slave Disorder

The Economic Legacy of Racism - Professor Sandy Darity

What Were Africans Doing in 1492?

Emma Watson Interviews Reni Eddo Lodge, author of Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race

Deconstructing White Privilege with Dr. Robin DiAngelo

Black and British Migration by David Olusoga

The Legacy of Colonization by Dr Arikana Chihombori Quao

The Gay Civil Rights Activist

James Baldwin - Racism, Homophobia and the Church

Dr Robin DiAngelo discusses ‘White Fragility’

Who Were the Black Panthers? US History Review

Dr. Maya Angelou - I Am Human

Apartheid Explained: Global History Review

Aboriginal History - Intergenerational Trauma Animation


Still I Rise by Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou, We Wear The Mask

Music to spark discussions on race

2pac - Changes

Childish Gambino - This Is America

Dave – Black

Ain't Got No, I Got Life - Nina Simone (1968)

Michael Jackson – They Don’t Really Care About Us

Otis Redding - A Change Is Gonna Come

Marvin Gaye – What’s Going on?

Solange – Don’t Touch My Hair

Detroit Spinners - Ghetto Child (1973)

Nicole C. Mullen - Black, White, Tan

India Arie - I am not my hair

Beyoncé – Bigger

Black or White – Michael Jackson

Written by Deanna Davis. Deanna is SCM's Administration Assistant and is also studying part-time at Newman University.

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