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This accessible, powerful book by Emma Dabiri refuses to dumb down the nuances of race politics in a white supremacist society. And is all the more impactful as a result. Essential for understanding how we got here, and thus how we might go forward.
A modern classic for good reason. A 360 look at immigrant identity politics edited by Nikesh Shukla and Chimene Suleyman. So powerful and more relevant than ever in our understanding of contemporary identity politics. LOTS for teachers to unpack too.
What I LOVE about Settlers is how Jimi Famurewa delineates the way that migrant and immigrant communities navigate mainstream society. This is a handbook in modern geopolitical movements, with a focus on the UK’s African diaspora. Don’t sleep on this.
This collection of essays edited by Marcus Ryder MBE and Lenny Henry gives the context for how racism operates across sectors, throughout society. An true eye opener for educators willing to peer into the blind spots created by white supremacy.
I’ll keep saying it: The Good Ally by Nova Reid *she/her* is the most powerful course in personal anti-racism that you will find in book form. You can’t do this work without working on yourSELF, and Nova has given us the gift of a coach, or mentor, towards this end.