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Read Books by CSSH & WGSS Faculty to Better Understand Racism Against Black People in America

The Northeastern News has compiled a list of “What to Read, Listen to, and Watch To Better Understand Racism Against Black People in the US.”

On it, you will find the book #Hashtag Activism: Networks of Race and Gender Justice, co-authored by WGSS faculty member Moya Bailey and WGSS executive committee member Brooke Foucault Welles, along with former WGSS executive committee member Sarah J. Jackson. The book is currently available for free on the MIT Press website, linked above.

You will also find other works by WGSS executive committee members and affiliated faculty on the list, including works by Nicole Aljoe, Patricia Williams, and N. Fadeke Castor.

The list is not comprehensive but provides a place from which to start learning more in order to better understand.

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