Hong’s post included “an extensive spreadsheet of reading materials, podcasts, and videos, compiled by Tatum Dorrell, Matthew Herndon and Jourdan Dorrell to support those interested in becoming a better ally”: The Anti-Racist Ally Starter Pack
From NPR any or all episodes: Codeswitch
From NYTimes June 20, 2020: Author Brittney Cooper on Harnessing Rage, Right Now
From NYTimes June 23, 2020: This Monument to White Supremacy Hides in Plain Sight
From NYTimes June 29, 2020: Three Words. 70 Stories. The Tragic History of ‘I Can’t Breathe.’
From NYTimes June 30, 2020: ‘Every Work of American Literature Is About Race’: Writers on How We Got Here
From TeenVogue July 6, 2020: Summer Taylor and Vanessa Guillen’s Deaths Are Reminders That Death, Not Life, Is a U.S. Guarantee
From NYTimes updated July 6, 2020: Jane Elliott Held a Famous Racism Exercise in 1968. She’s Still at It.
From NYTimes July 9, 2020: As Mayor of Minneapolis, I Saw How White Liberals Block Change
From Wired July 9, 2020: dear-joe-biden-dont-listen-to-silicon-valley
From NYTimes July 10, 2020: Yeah, Let’s Not Talk About Race Unless you pay me.
From NYTimes July 11, 2020: After an Arrest at a Black Lives Matter Protest: Deportation Proceedings
From NPR July 14, 2020: It’s Been a Minute with Sam Sanders: Reckoning with Race in Journalism
From GQ July 17, 2020: The Cleveland Indians Need to Do More Than Change the Team’s Name
From Teen Vogue July 17, 2020: July 20 Strike for Black Lives
From AAPF AND KIMBERLE CRENSHAW Podcast INTERSECTIONALITY MATTERS!
From Wired Aug 4, 2020: Tiktok Evolution Digital Blackface
From NPR Fresh Air Aug 4, 2020: its-more-than-racism-isabel-wilkerson-explains-america’s-caste-system
From CNTraveler Aug 6, 2020: Inside Audacity Fest, Where Black Travelers Have an Open Conversation about Travel
From Teen Vogue Aug 10, 2020: What is Black August?
From NYTimes Sept 16, 2020: Chris Rock Tried to Warn Us
From ACLU: Fight Racism and White Supremacy Florida
From NPR Throughline Podcast Sept 17, 2020: James Baldwin’s Fire
From THEM.us Nov 1, 2020: Billy Porter Says He’s “Simply Filled With Rage” About the 2020 Election
From WebsitePlanet.com Dec 16, 2020: Support Black-Owned Businesses: 181 Places to Start Online
From Florida Atlantic U Feb 4, 2021: Shifting the Paradigm: The Importance of Black Newspapers
From WorldChannel: AMERICA REFRAMED: BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez
From Teen Vogue Mar 5, 2021: Amanda Nguyen on Anti-Asian Racism, the Model Minority Myth, and Visibility
From Gimlet Media, Resistance podcast Mar 5, 2021: Didn’t We Just March For This?
From NYTimes Mar 19, 2021: Tales of Racism and Sexism, From 3 Leading Asian-American Women
From TrueColorsUnited.org Mar 19, 2021: We call for justice for victims of racist violence.
From THEM.us April 4, 2021: Black Newscasters Are Redefining What It Means to “Look Professional” On-Air
From GimletMedia.com/Resistance April 30, 2021 (don’t miss F Your Bayonet): https://gimletmedia.com/shows/resistance
From the author of The Color of Law: Segregation Myth: Richard Rothstein Debunks An American Lie
‘Segregated By Design’ examines the forgotten history of how our federal, state and local governments unconstitutionally segregated every major metropolitan area in America through law and policy.
From NPR’s CodeSwitch June 16, 2021: A Taste of Freedom
From TeenVogue June 17, 2021: If Juneteenth Becomes a Federal Holiday, We Can’t Let It Get Whitewashed
From NYTimes June 18, 2021: What Walmart Doesn’t Get About Juneteenth
From Ezra Klein’s podcast July 9, 2021: Critical Race Theory, Comic Books, and the Power of Public Schools. The sociologist, poet, and Marvel Comics writer Eve Ewing helps us envision a better world.
From NYTimes July 10, 2021: How the White Press Wrote Off Black America
From Ezra Klein’s podcast July 16, 2021: Ibram X. Kendi on What Conservatives – and Liberals – Get Wrong about Antiracism
From Ibram X. Kendi July 21, 2021 (or any date): Be Antiracist Podcast
From TeenVogue Aug 6, 2021: Lizzo Just Explained Twerking’s Origins in Black Culture
From THEM.us Aug 27 , 2021: History of Racism at the Olympic Games
From Throughline Podcast Sept 30, 2021: The Shadows of the Constitution (2020)
From NYTimes Oct 1, 2021: How R. Kelly Got Away with It by Kimberlé Crenshaw
From TeenVogue Feb 3, 2022: Is Slavery Still Legal in the U.S.? Yes, Under the 13th Amendment Exception
From Director Ava DuVernay on Netflix and YouTube about the Amendment: 13th
From Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): Black/African American Mental Health Equity