This page presents selected important readings for addressing racism and specifically anti-Blackness racism. The content reused on this page was originally developed as a collaboration between the ISU Colegas Faculty & Staff Association and the Library's DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) Committee chair.
See the library's Confronting Racism reading list for the full list of recommended resources, including TED Talks and books for younger readers.
Access: The library is open! Many within the ISU community are however working from home out of necessity due to the pandemic. You can still access print books (like those listed here) via the Library's delivery system. See our instructions on how to request delivery!
✸ See also our How to Be an Antiracist Book Discussion Series guide
✸ See also our Is Everyone Really Equal Book Discussion Series guide
✸ See also our White Fragility Book Discussion Series guide
Access: During this time of library building closure due to the pandemic, you can still access print books (like those listed here) via the Library's delivery system. See our instructions on how to request delivery!