Recommended Antiracism/Antioppression Resources, October 2021, curated by Kel and Junior
Gendered Pronouns & Singular “They” – Purdue Owl
Your favorite style guide site the Purdue Owl breaks down the use of the singular they and how it’s been in use since Shakespeare’s time and even before – as well as some great links to other sites that further explore the topic.
The Multiracial Working Class – Allison L. Hurst (Working-Class Perspectives)
This piece explores how working class has so often become synonymous with “white working class” and how the erasure of working class BIPOC.
Ta-Nehisi Coates on banning books: "That's no longer education, that’s indoctrination"
Author Coates explains the danger of the state banning books by Black authors in an interview with CBS Mornings.
San Jose State University's Examining Racism in the Library LibGuide
This LibGuide from SJSU also has several good antioppression resources specifically for librarians and library staff.