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Reading for Antiracists

“The beauty of anti-racism is that you don’t have to pretend to be free of racism to be anti-racist. Anti-racism is the commitment to fight racism wherever you find it, including in yourself. And it’s the only way forward.”

Ijeoma Oluo, author of So You Want To Talk About Race

To help fight racism in ourselves, as well as everywhere else we encounter it, we’re highlighting audiobooks about racism, antiracism, white fragility, and more.

And it doesn’t just matter what you read—it matters where you put your money when you buy your books. Check out our list of black-owned bookstores that you can support online and through Libro.fm.

Note: If your company or organization would like to purchase audiobooks in bulk in support of a libro.fm partner bookstore, please email marketing@libro.fm.

Listen to excerpts and read bookseller recommendations for some of our bestselling antiracist audiobooks:


How to Be an Antiracist

by Ibram X. Kendi



Stamped

by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi

If I had to choose one book to help start young people talking about race, I would pick this one. In fact, you need to read this book. Everyone should. Not only is it extremely approachable, it is also incredibly informative and inclusive.

Kalli, Rediscovered Books

White Fragility

By Robin DiAngelo


Me and White Supremacy

by Layla F. Saad

Want to learn how to be a good ancestor? Need to address your privilege and feel uncomfortable about talking about racism? You need to read and work through Me and White Supremacy.

Rachel, Avid Bookshop

Stamped from the Beginning

By Ibram X. Kendi


How We Fight For Our Lives

by Saeed Jones

This memoir by black and gay poet Saeed Jones is a visceral coming of age and coming out story…There are passages that will bruise and choke you, but ultimately both Jones and the reader come out of the book all the better for it.

Rachel, The Book Table

Go to Libro.fm to see more antiracist audiobooks you can buy through your local bookstore.

Claire Handscombe is a British writer who moved to Washington, DC, in 2012, ostensibly to study for an MFA in Creative Writing, but really, let’s be honest, because of an obsession with The West Wing. She is the host of the Brit Lit Podcast, a monthly show about news and views from UK books and publishing; the author of Unscripted, a novel about a young woman with a celebrity crush and a determined plan; and the editor of Walk With Us: How The West Wing Changed Our Lives.

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