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Resources

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Mental Health Issues Facing the Black Community

Mental Health Issues Facing the Black Community

This guide was created to discuss the impact of racism and discrimination on the mental health of our Black communities. Mental health is one of the vital issues facing the Black community in America. Unfortunately, just 1/3 of Black people will receive the help they need. One of our goals is to help people find the assistance they need when they need it. 

Ear Hustle from PRX

Ear Hustle from PRX

Hosts Earlonne Woods and Nigel Poor

Ear Hustle brings you stories of life inside prison, shared and produced by those living it.

Movement for Black Lives

Movement for Black Lives

Policy Demands for Black Power, Freedom, and Justice

Code Switch from NPR

Code Switch from NPR

Hosts Gene Demby and Shereen Marisol Meraji

Launched in 2016, Code Switch is a race and culture outlet and a weekly podcast from American public radio network NPR. Here are some of our favorites:

Throughline from NPR

Throughline from NPR

Co-Hosts Ramtin Arablouei and Rund Abdelfatah

The past is never past. Every headline has a history. Join us every week as we go back in time to understand the present.

You Had Me at Black

You Had Me at Black

By Martina and Britney Abrahams, Founder and Co-Founder

You Had Me at Black is where Black Millennials tell the true-life stories you won't see on TV.

The Sum of Us

The Sum of Us

By Heather McGhee
What Racism Costs Everyone and How We can Prosper Together McGhee provides the specifics that explain how the divide-and-conquer tactic of racism is used to maintain the power and wealth of a very few people at the expense of BIPOC first but all of us ultimately. Chapters cover education/student debt; housing (both redlining and the subprime mortgage debacle); health care; union drives; voting suppression; and the environmental crisis.  

The Body Is Not an Apology, 2nd edition

The Body Is Not an Apology, 2nd edition

By Sonya Renee Taylor

The Power of Radical Self-Love The Body Is Not an Apology offers radical self-love as the balm to heal the wounds inflicted by these violent systems. World-renowned activist and poet Sonya Renee Taylor invites us to reconnect with the radical origins of our minds and bodies and celebrate our collective, enduring strength.

Four Hundred Souls

Four Hundred Souls

Editors Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain

A Community History of African America 1619-2019 Four Hundred Souls is a unique one-volume “community” history of African Americans. The editors, Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain, have assembled ninety brilliant writers, eighty of whom takes on a five-year period of that four-hundred-year span with ten lyrical interludes from poets.

Raising Race Conscious Children

Raising Race Conscious Children

A resource to support adults who are trying to talk about race with young children. The goals of these conversations are to dismantle the color-blind framework and prepare young people to work toward racial justice.

103 Things White People Can Do

103 Things White People Can Do

Not sure how to get invlovled? Take your racial justice practice to the next level. Check out this curated list of ways to get involved. (This article was last updated on September 21, 2020.)

Mediocre

Mediocre

By Ijeoma Uluo

The Dangerous Legacy of White Male America. What happens to a country that tells generation after generation of white men they deserve power? What happens when success is defined by status over women and people of color, instead of actual accomplishments? In this book Ijeoma upends everything you thought you know about American identity and offers a bold new vision of American greatness.

The Purpose of Power

The Purpose of Power

By Alicia Garza

How We Come Together When We Fall Apart This is the story of one woman's lessons through years of bringing people together to create change. Most of all, it is a new paradigm for change for a new generation of changemakers, from the mind and heart behind one of the most important movements of our time.

When They Call You a Terrorist

When They Call You a Terrorist

By Patrisse Khan-Cullors & asha bandele

In this meaningful, empowering account of survival, strength, and resilience, Cullors and asha bandele seek to change the culture that declares innocent Black life expendable.

New and Ancient Story

New and Ancient Story

Host Charles Eisenstein

From the merely unorthodox to the truly revolutionary, this podcast features Charles Eisenstein in conversation with a series of extraordinary guests.

Just Us

Just Us

 By Claudia Rankine

An American Conversation Just Us is an invitation to discover what it takes to stay in the room together, even and especially in breaching the silence, guilt, and violence that follow direct addresses of whiteness. Rankine’s questions disrupt the false comfort of our culture’s liminal and private spaces—the airport, the theater, the dinner party, the voting booth—where neutrality and politeness live on the surface of differing commitments, beliefs, and prejudices as our public and private lives intersect.

Transcendent Kingdom

Transcendent Kingdom

By Yaa Gyasi

Yaa Gyasi's stunning follow-up to her acclaimed Homegoing is a novel about a Ghanaian family in the contemporary South, at once a profound story about race in America and an astonishingly intimate portrait of a young woman reckoning, spiritually and intellectually, with a legacy of unmanageable loss.

Caste

Caste

By Isabel Wilkerson

The Epic Story of America's Great Migration. Caste: The book describes racism in the United States as an aspect of a caste system – a society-wide system of social stratification characterized by notions such as hierarchy, inclusion and exclusion, and purity. Wilkerson does so by comparing aspects of the experience of American people of color to the caste systems of India and Nazi Germany, and she explores the impact of caste on societies shaped by them, and their people.

Holistic Resistance

Holistic Resistance

Co-Founders Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed

Aaron Johnson is the co-founder of Holistic Resistance whose work emphasizes the importance of questions and deep connection with each other as human beings. Holistic Resistance fights oppression through minimalism, singing, movement, and connection to the earth. They are currently working with white-identified people through the workshops, deep dives, and 1-on-1s..

Irresistible

Irresistible

fka Healing Justice Podcast

A media archive of powerful practices for movement healing from 2017-2020

Hidden Brain by NPR

Hidden Brain by NPR

Host & Executive Editor Shankar Vedantam

Hidden Brain explores the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior and questions that lie at the heart of our complex and changing world. Our work is marked by a commitment to scientific and journalistic rigor, and a deep empathy for our guests and audience.

The Vanishing Half

The Vanishing Half

By Brit Bennett

From The New York Times-bestselling author of The Mothers, a stunning new novel about twin sisters, inseparable as children, who ultimately choose to live in two very different worlds, one black and one white.

Invisibilia by NPR

Invisibilia by NPR

Hosts Yowei Shaw and Kia Miakka

Unseeable forces control human behavior and shape our ideas, beliefs, and assumptions. Invisibilia—Latin for invisible things—fuses narrative storytelling with science that will make you see your own life differently.

Be Anti-Racist

Be Anti-Racist

By Ibram X. Kendi
A Journal for Awareness, Reflection, and Action. The official workbook for the international bestseller "How To Be An Antiracist." Use this journal on your path to becoming antiracist. Bring about positive change in yourself and your community. Awareness, reflection, and action are the first steps toward building a just and equitable society. Change begins here.

STAMPED

STAMPED

By Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi

Racism, Antiracism, and You. This is NOT a history book. This is a book about the here and now. A book to help us better understand why we are where we are. A book about race. This remarkable reimagining of Dr. Ibram X. Kendi's National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Beginning reveals the history of racist ideas in America, and inspires hope for an antiracist future.

Hood Feminism

Hood Feminism

By Mikki Kendall

Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot Drawing on her own experiences with hunger, violence, and hypersexualization, along with incisive commentary on politics, pop culture, the stigma of mental health, and more, Hood Feminism delivers an irrefutable indictment of a movement in flux. An unforgettable debut, Kendall has written a ferocious clarion call to all would-be feminists to live out the true mandate of the movement in thought and in deed.

We Want To Do More Than Survive

We Want To Do More Than Survive

By Bettina L. Love

Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom Drawing on her life's work of teaching and researching in urban schools, Bettina Love persuasively argues that educators must teach students about racial violence, oppression, and how to make sustainable change in their communities through radical civic initiatives and movements.

Your Liberation is on the Line

Your Liberation is on the Line

By Rev. Angel Kyodo Williams

“No one who has ever touched liberation could possibly want anything other than liberation for everyone,” says Rev. angel Kyodo williams. She shares why we must each fully commit to our own path to liberation, for the benefit of all.

Me And White Supremacy

Me And White Supremacy

By Layla F. Saad

Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor Based on the original workbook, Me and White Supremacy teaches readers to understand their white privilege and their participation in white supremacy so that they can stop (often unconsciously) inflicting damage on PEople of Color and, in turn, help other white people do better too.

This Book is Anti-Racist

This Book is Anti-Racist

By Tiffany Jewell | Illustrated by Aurelia Durand

20 Lessons on How to Wake Up, Take Action, and Do the Work. Learn about identities, true histories, and anti-racism work in 20 carefully laid-out chapters. This book is written so young people will feel empowered to stand up to the adults in their lives. This book will give them the language and ability to understand racism and a drive to undo it. In short, this book is for everyone.

The Water Dancer

The Water Dancer

By Ta-Nehisi Coates

From the National Book Award-winning author of Between the World and Me, a boldly conjured debut novel about a magical gift, a devastating loss, and an underground war for freedom

The Yellow House

The Yellow House

By Sarah M. Broom

Sarah M. Broom's The Yellow House tells a hundred years of her family and their relationship to home in a neglected area of one of America's most mythologized cities. This is the story of a mother's struggle against a house's entropy, and that of a prodigal daughter who left home only to reckon with the pull that home exerts, even after the Yellow House was wiped off the map after Hurricane Katrina.

I Wanted to Know What White Men Thought About Their Privilege. So I Asked.

I Wanted to Know What White Men Thought About Their Privilege. So I Asked.

By Claudia Rankine

“My college class asks what it means to be white in America — but interrogating that question as a black woman in the real world is much harder to do.”

True Justice

True Justice

Bryan Stevenson, Director

This feature documentary focuses on Bryan Stevenson’s life and career—particularly his indictment of the U.S. criminal justice system for its role in codifying modern systemic racism—and tracks the intertwined histories of slavery, lynching, segregation, and mass incarceration.

Ruth King: Mindful of Race

Ruth King: Mindful of Race

Insights at the Edge Series

In this episode, Tami Simon speaks with Ruth about the personal experiences that led to writing Mindful of Race and why the heart can be “a mass weapon of healing.” Ruth explains how mindfulness can open us up to having difficult conversations around racism, colonialism, and other forms of systemic oppression. 

Ta-Nehisi Coates Revisits the Case for Reparations

Ta-Nehisi Coates Revisits the Case for Reparations

By Ta-Nehisi Coates

It’s not often that an article comes along that changes the world, but that’s exactly what happened with Ta-Nehisi Coates, five years ago, when he wrote “The Case for Reparations,” in The Atlantic.

When They See Us

When They See Us

Ava DuVernay, Director

When They See Us is based on events of the 1989 Central Park jogger case and explores the lives and families of the five male suspects who were prosecuted on charges related to the rape and assault of a woman in Central Park, New York City.

Pleasure Activism

Pleasure Activism

By adrienne maree brown

The Politics of Feeling Good Author and editor adrienne maree brown finds answers in something she calls “pleasure activism,” a politics of healing and happiness that explodes the dour myth that changing the world is just another form of work. Drawing on the black feminist tradition, she challenges us to rethink the ground rules of activism. 

Becoming Ms. Burton

Becoming Ms. Burton

By Susan Burton and Cari Lynn

From Prison to Recovery to Leading the Fight for Incarcerated Women. Susan's life story is one our nation desperately needs to hear and understand. This is a story about personal transformation and collective power. It is about one woman's journey to freedom, but it will help free us all.

Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism–from Ferguson to Charleston

Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism–from Ferguson to Charleston

By Jon Greenberg

Compilied in 2015, has links to articles specifically writtten for white americans as well as Parenting racially-concious children.

Letter to My Whiteness (and Yours)

Letter to My Whiteness (and Yours)

By Odessa Avianna Perez

Great blog about the scripts white people use to NOT have to talk about race and racism. It then offers medicine for what to do instead.

How To Be an Antiracist

How To Be an Antiracist

By Ibram X. Kendi
Ibram X. Kendi's concept of antiracism reenergizes and reshapes the conversation about racial justice in America – but even more fundamentally, points us toward liberating new ways of thinking about ourselves and each other. Instead of working with the policies and system we have in place, Kendi asks us to think about what an antiracist society might look like, and how we can play an active role in building it.

If Beale Street Could Talk

If Beale Street Could Talk

Director Barry Jenkins

If Beale Street Could Talk is a 2018 American romantic drama film written and directed by Barry Jenkins, and based on James Baldwin's 1974 novel of the same name.

The Hate U Give

The Hate U Give

Director George Tillman Jr.

The Hate U Give is a 2018 American drama film co-produced and directed by George Tillman Jr. from a screenplay by Audrey Wells, based on the 2017 young adult novel of the same name by Angie Thomas.

The Work

The Work

Directors Jairus McLeary, Gethin Aldous

Set inside a single room in Folsom Prison, three men from the outside participate in a four-day group therapy retreat with level-four convicts. Over the four days, each man in the room takes his turn at delving deep into his past.

Just Mercy (Adapted for Young Adults)

Just Mercy (Adapted for Young Adults)

By Bryan Stevenson

In this very personal work--adapted from the original #1 bestseller--acclaimed lawyer and social justice advocate Bryan Stevenson offers a glimpse into the lives of the wrongfully imprisoned and his efforts to fight for their freedom

White Fragility

White Fragility

By Robin Diangelo

Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism In this in-depth exploration, DiAngelo examines how white fragility develops, how it protects racial inequality, and what we can do to engage more constructively.
Read White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism

Say Her Name: The Life And Death Of Sandra Bland

Say Her Name: The Life And Death Of Sandra Bland

Directors David Heilbroner, Kate Davis

This film explores the death of Sandra Bland, a politically active 28-year-old African American who, after being arrested for a traffic violation in a small Texas town, was found hanging in her jail cell three days later. Dashcam footage revealing her arrest went viral, leading to national protests.

The Sun Does Shine

The Sun Does Shine

By Anthony Ray Hinton

How I Found Life, Freedom, and Justice. A powerful, revealing story of hope, love, justice, and the power of reading by a man who spent thirty years on death row for a crime he did not commit.

So You Want to Talk About Race

So You Want to Talk About Race

By Ijeoma Oluo

Ijeoma Oluo explores the complex reality of today’s racial landscape–from white privilege and police brutality to systemic discrimination and the Black Lives Matter movement–offering straightforward clarity that readers need to contribute to the dismantling of the racial divide.

100:1 The Crack Legacy

100:1 The Crack Legacy

By Christopher Johnson

This documentary series exposes the link between punitive drug laws drawn up during the 80’s war on crack cocaine and contemporary police violence that disproportionately affects black Americans.

The Life and Death of Marsha P. Johnson

The Life and Death of Marsha P. Johnson

Director David France

As she fights the tide of violence against trans women, activist Victoria Cruz probes the suspicious 1992 death of her friend Marsha P. Johnson.

My Grandmother's Hands

My Grandmother's Hands

By Resmaa Menakem
Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies. The body is where our instincts reside and where we fight, flee, or freeze. My Grandnother's Hands is a call to action for Americans to recognize that racism is not only about the head, but also about the body. Menakem introduces an alternative view of what we can do to grow beyond our entrenched racialized divide and takes readers through a step-by-step healing process based on the latest neuroscience and somatic healing methods.

Revisionist History: Miss Buchanan's Period of Adjustment

Revisionist History: Miss Buchanan's Period of Adjustment

By Malcolm Gladwell

A landmark Supreme Court case. A civil rights revolution. Why has everyone forgotten what happened next?

Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity

Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity

A World Trust film

This film asks America to talk about the causes and consequences of systemic inequity. Designed for dialogue, the film works to disentangle internal beliefs, attitudes and pre-judgments within, and it builds skills to address the structural drivers of social and economic inequities.

Emergent Strategy

Emergent Strategy

Adrienne Maree Brown

Shaping Change, Changing Worlds Inspired by Octavia Butler's explorations of our human relationship to change, Emergent Strategy is radical self-help, society-help, and planet-help designed to shape the futures we want to live. Change is constant. The world is in a continual state of flux. It is a stream of ever-mutating, emergent patterns.

The Hate U Give

The Hate U Give

By Angie Thomas

Angie Thomas' searing debut about an ordinary girl in extraordinary circumstances addresses issues of racism an dplice violence with intelligence, heart, and unflinching honesty.

Get Out

Get Out

Director Jordan Peele

A young African-American visits his white girlfriend's parents for the weekend, where his simmering uneasiness about their reception of him eventually reaches a boiling point.

Seeing White

Seeing White

Producer John Biewen and Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University

Outstanding 14-part documentary series, released between February and August 2017, exploring questions like Where did the notion of “whiteness” come from? What does it mean? What is whiteness for? 

Love and Radio

Love and Radio

Host Nick van der Kolk

In Part I, we return to an old episode: "The Silver Dollar," featuring Daryl Davis, a black musician who has made it his life’s work to befriend white racists. In Part II, we pay Daryl a visit to see what he can tell us about how to successfully argue — or even just have a civil, critical conversation — with someone who holds opinions very different from your own. 

I Am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your Negro

Raoul Peck, Director

Though its principal figure, the novelist, playwright and essayist James Baldwin, is a man who has been dead for nearly 30 years, you would be hard-pressed to find a movie that speaks to the present moment with greater clarity and force, insisting on uncomfortable truths and drawing stark lessons from the shadows of history.

Whose Streets

Whose Streets

Sabaah Folayan, Director

An account of the Ferguson uprising as told by the people who lived it. The filmmakers look at how the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown inspired a community to fight back and sparked a global movement.

13th

13th

Ava Du Vernay, Director

Powerful, infuriating and at times overwhelming, this documentary will get your blood boiling and tear ducts leaking. It shakes you up, but it also challenges your ideas about the intersection of race, justice and mass incarceration in the United States, subject matter that could not sound less cinematic.

Radical Dharma

Radical Dharma

By Rev. angel Kyodo williams, Lama Rod Owens with Jasmine Syedullah, PhD

Talking Race, Love, and Liberation. This urgent call to action outlines a new dharma that takes into account the ways that racism and privilege prevent our colletive awakening. Bridging the world of spirit and activism, the authors urge a compassionate response to the systematic, state-sanctioned violence and oppression that has persisted against Black people since the slave era.

Homegoing

Homegoing

By Yaa Gyasi

Homegoing is the debut historical fiction novel by Ghanaian-American author Yaa Gyasi, published in 2016. Each chapter in the novel follows a different descendant of an Asante woman named Maame, starting with her two daughters, who are half-sisters, separated by circumstance: Effia marries James Collins, the British governor in charge of Cape Coast Castle, while her half-sister Esi is held captive in the dungeons below. Subsequent chapters follow their children and following generations.

Stamped From The Beginning

Stamped From The Beginning

By Ibram X. Kendi

The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America Some Americans cling desperately to the myth that we are living in a post-racial society, that the election of the first Black president spelled the doom of racism. In fact, racist thought is alive and well in America - more sophisticated and more insidious than ever. And as award-winning historian Ibram X. Kendi argues, if we have any hope of grappling with this stark reality, we must first understand how racist ideas were developed, disseminated, and enshrined in American society.

Accidental Courtesy

Accidental Courtesy

Darryl Davis, Director

Daryl Davis is an accomplished musician, a piano player who has played all over the world with legends like Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, and Chuck Berry. He also has an unusual and controversial hobby: Daryl likes to meet and befriend members of the KKK, many of whom have never met a black person.

6 Ways Well-Intentioned People Whitesplain Racism (And Why They Need to Stop)

6 Ways Well-Intentioned People Whitesplain Racism (And Why They Need to Stop)

By Maisha Z. Johnson

Picture this: You’re fed up with being the target of street harassment. If you’re a woman, queer, trans, and/or gender non-conforming, it’s probably not hard to imagine. Just think of one of those days when you’ve gotten too many unsolicited comments on your appearance, too many requests to “smile,” too many strangers who feel entitled to your space, time, and image..

Between The World and Me

Between The World and Me

By Ta-Nehisi Coates

In a profound work that pivots from the biggest questions about American history and ideals to the most intimate concerns of a father for his son, Ta-Nehisi Coates offer a powerful new framework for understanding our nation's history and current crisis.

Reclaiming our Indigenous European roots

Reclaiming our Indigenous European roots

By Lyla June

Our task as European-ancestored people, seeing what's been hidden beyond our short-sighted view of history, and why healing isn't possible in the absence of love.

A Rap on Race: Rare Conversation on Forgiveness and the Difference Between Guilt and Responsibility

A Rap on Race: Rare Conversation on Forgiveness and the Difference Between Guilt and Responsibility

With Margaret Mead and James Baldwin

On the evening of August 25, 1970, Margaret Mead (December 16, 1901–November 15, 1978) and James Baldwin (August 2, 1924–December 1, 1987) sat together on a stage in New York City for a remarkable public conversation about such enduring concerns as identity, power and privilege, race and gender, beauty, religion, justice, and the relationship between the intellect and the imagination.

Selma

Selma

Director Ava DuVernay 
A chronicle of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s campaign to secure equal voting rights via an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1965.

Just Mercy

Just Mercy

By Bryan Stevenson

A Story of Justice and Redemption. From one of the most brilliant and influential lawyers of our time comes an unforgettable true story about the redeeming power of mercy.

Citizen

Citizen

By Claudia Rankine
An American Lyric. You take in things you don't want all the time. The second you hear or see some ordinary moment, all its intended targets, all the meanings behind the retreating seconds, as far as you are able to see, come into focus. Hold up, did you just hear, did you just say, did you just see, did you just do that;? Then the voice in your head silently tells you to take your foot off your throat because getting along shouldn't be an ambition.

An Indigenous People's History of the United States

An Indigenous People's History of the United States

By Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

Acclaimed historian and activist Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz offers a history of the United States told from the perspective of Indigenous peoples and reveals how Native Americans, for centuries, actively resisted expansion of the US empire. Spanning more than four hundred years, this classic bottom-up peoples' history radically reframes US history and explodes the silences that have haunted our national narrative.

The Case for Reparations

The Case for Reparations

By Ta-Nehisi Coates

Two hundred fifty years of slavery. Ninety years of Jim Crow. Sixty years of separate but equal. Thirty-five years of racist housing policy. Until we reckon with our compounding moral debts, America will never be whole.

Life After Life

Life After Life

A Film by Tamara Perkins

After decades behind bars, three men set out to prove success can lie on the other side of tragedy.

How We Get Free

How We Get Free

Edited by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor

Black Feminism and the Combahee River Collective. A collection of interviews from The Combahee River Collective, a trailblazing group of radical Black feminists and one of the most important organizations to develop out of the antiracist and women's liberation movements of the 1960s and'70s.

The Warmth of Other Suns

The Warmth of Other Suns

By Isabel Wilkerson

The Epic Story of America's Great Migration. Chroniciling one of the great untold stories of American history: the decades-long migration of Black citizens who fled the South for northern and western cities, in search of a better life.

The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

By Michelle Alexander

The “explosive debut” (Kirkus Reviews) from a rising legal star in America arguing that we have not ended racial caste in America—we have simply redesigned it.

Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible

Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible

A World Trust film

Use this groundbreaking film and conversation guide in your organization to help bridge the gap between good intentions and meaningful change. Featuring stories from white men and women on overcoming issues of unconscious bias and entitlement, it is an powerful and unique tool in diversity work.

The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde

The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde

By Audre Lorde

Collected here are more than 300 poems, representing the complete works, of one of this country's most influential poets. These are poems which blaze and pulse on the page.

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack

By Peggy McIntosh

This article first appeared in Peace and Freedom Magazine, July/August, 1989, a publication of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Philadelphia, PA.

Sister Outsider

Sister Outsider

By Audre Lorde

In this collection of essays and speeches, Black lesbian poet and feminist writer, Audre Lorde takes on sexism, racism, ageism, homophobia, and class and propounds social difference as a vehicle for action and change.