Becoming anti-racist is a lifelong journey and goes beyond the workshop sessions. It’s showing up each day to press into hard conversations and intentionally engage different perspectives.
Choose from our recommended resources to help your personal growth.
Bridge of Hope: Where do we go from here?
We recommended this book last week for unpacking your unconscious bias. Ibram X. Kendi’s book takes you from awareness to action with real steps toward racial justice at all levels of our society.
Bridge of Personal Awareness: How do we understand unconscious and implicit bias and different types of racism?
How do we talk about biases at both the individual and institutional levels? Discover your role in fighting discrimination at schools, neighborhoods, workplaces, and in our criminal justice system.
Look at race from every lens: ethnicity, skin color, sex, gender identity, body types, class, and culture. Ibram X. Kendi’s book is a must-read to uproot implicit bias in our systems and ourselves
Author Robin Wall Kimmerer provides a vital perspective from the Indigenous community on the interrelationship of all living things. How we treat each other is intertwined with how we steward our land and our environment.
Bridge Definitions: What is race, ethnicity, racial reconciliation, white privilege (and more)?
White Fragility is essential reading for any person wanting to take an honest and real approach to have conversations about race. Learn how to engage in productive discussions that aren’t at the expense of people of color.
Black history has often been erased or whitewashed at the convenience of White people’s feelings. Take a look at structural racism and learn how to acknowledge and counter it.
Daniel Hill explores his racial identity as a White person and the power and privilege that comes with it. Walk with Hill through his awakening and learn how to be an agent of reconciliation in your community.
Beginner’s Bridge: How Do We Engage in Racial Reconciliation?
Written by their incredible founder, Latasha Morrison. We highly recommend reading through this book to unpack what we’re learning each session to replicate the work in your community.
Walk into any high school, and you’ll see Black, White, and LatinX students sitting in their groups. Is self-segregation a problem to address or a coping mechanism? Addressing racial divides starts with a straightforward conversation, and Beverly Daniel Tatum’s book does just that.
Violence against Muslim-Americans rose after 9/11 and in response to the refugee crisis. We are committed to standing against any form of violence against our Muslim neighbors. Read this book to see how Islamophobia became part of our nation’s laws and policies.
Preemptive Love serves on the frontlines of conflict around the world to stop the spread of violence.
Be the Bridge is one of the leading organizations equipping people to respond to racial brokenness and systemic injustice.