Looking to diversify the content that you consume? Want to integrate social justice into your daily feed? Changing up the content that you engage with allows you to think more critically and with a different point of view. Whether you’re looking for education, entertainment or both, this article will give you a variety of options to choose from.
- @laylafsaad — Author, Me And White Supremacy, Host of @goodancestorpodcast
- @ibramxk — Prof. Dir of @antiracismctr author of How to Be an Antiracist & Antiracist Baby
- @moemotivate — Author, Anti-racism educator, Podcast Host
- @tamikadmallory — Activist, Co-President of the Women’s March Movement
- @rachel.cargle — Writer, Lecturer, Teacher
- @mspackyetti — Activist, Writer, @msnbc contributor, @sephora equity advisor
- @austinchanning — Writer, Speaker, Producer, Author of I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness
- @ajabarber — Writer and Sustainability Expert
- @ijeomaoluo — Speaker, Author of So You Want To Talk About Race
- @trustmeimasocialworker — Social Worker, Writer, Therapist and Racial Justice Advocate
Above mentioned literature can be found through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other booksellers
Movies and Shows
Viewing and Renting options: Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play Movies & TV, Vudu, iTunes
- Explained: The Racial Wealth Gap
- Time: The Kalief Browder Story
- Who Killed Malcolm X?
- 13th Documentary
- Humanity Archive
- Black History Buff
- Code Switch
- Still Processing
- Pod Save the People
- Black Girl in OM
- Intersectionality Matters!
Listening options: Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio Podcasts, Spotify, TopPodcast.com, Stitcher, Youtube
It is always important to lend our ear to those who have dedicated their platforms to these conversations. Making a commitment to dive into the past, present and future is necessary in order to deconstruct the biases in our brains.