Part of combating racial injustice is taking the time to educate yourself and others about where it stems from, and how it impacts racialized communities in society. Learning about racial issues is also the first step in becoming an active-ally. Please consult the resources below to learn about and educate others on racial injustice.
A guide put together by Victoria Alexander (2020) for those looking to broaden their understanding of anti-racism and get involved to combat racism, specifically as it relates to anti-Blackness and police violence.
An extensive list of practices, resources, research, and more organized by Racialequitytools.org to help people understand whiteness and white privilege’s effect on racialized communities and society.
Resources about Racism, Anti-Racism, and Anti-Blackness
An examination of racism in Canada and it’s effect on racialized communities, explored by Desmond Cole, celebrated Black Canadian journalist.
Teaching Children about Racism
More Reading and Resources
- Reading Towards Abolition: A Reading List on Policing, Rebellion, and the Criminalization of Blackness by The Abusable Past Collective
- An Antiracist Reading List by The New York Times
An Essential #BlackLivesMatter Reading List by Harper’s Bazarre
Black Lives Matter: A Book List by The Toronto Public Library
- An Essential Reading Guide for Fighting Racism by BuzzFeed News