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Diversity & Inclusion Awareness Resources

Here is a list of additional resources that you can share with your students or check them out during your free time.

Information provided by Clarinda Choice, Assistant Director, Campus Activities

Anti-Racism: Media to Increase Your Awareness

(BLM Movement, Blackness and Black Culture, etc.)


1.       When They Call You a Terrorist-Patrisse Khan-Cullors

2.       Me and White Supremacy- Layla F. SAAS

3.       Invisible No More- Andrea J Ritchie

4.       How to Be an Antiracist-Ibram X. Kendi

5.       So You Want to Talk About Race- Ijeoma Oluo

6.       The New Jim Crow- Michelle Alexander

7.       The Bluest Eye- Toni Morrison

8.       The Fire Next Time- James Baldwin

9.       Why are all the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? – Beverly Daniel Tatum

10.     White Fragility- Robin Diangelo

Documentaries, Movies, TV Shows

1.       13th (2016)- Netflix

2.       When They See Us (2019)– Netflix

3.       Just Mercy (2019)- Amazon

4.       Let it Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992 (2017)- Netflix

5.       Fruitvale Station (2013)- Amazon

6.       I Am Not Your Negro (2017)- Netflix

7.       The Hate you Give (2018)- Amazon & Hulu

8.       Rest In Power- The Trayvon Martin Story (2018)- ( )

9.       Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland (2018)- HBO/Amazon

10.     Whose Streets (2017)- Hulu

11.     Teach Us All (2017)- Netflix

12.     The Death & Life of Marsha P. Johnson (2017)- Netflix

13.     Moonlight (2016)- Netflix

14.     Mudbound (2017)- Netflix

15.     Woke (2020)- Hulu

Social Media Accounts

  1. Blklivesmatter

  2. SoYouWantToTalkAbout

  3. NowSimplified

  4. PrivToProg

  5. CkYourPrivilege

  6. Rachel.Cargle

  7. Eji_org

  8. SonyaReneeTaylor

  9. Mvmnt4blklives

  10. BlackInBoone

  11. BlackAtAppState