As this website increases, we plan to categorize this section of the website and make it more and more comprehensive and global is scope. For now, we include a sampling of resources, mostly about white privilege, its history and its effects, mostly in the US.

White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard to Talk to White People About Racism by Robin Diangelo

Royce Mann, Age 14, “White Boy Privilege”, Slam Poem

The Demon in Darren Wilson’s Head — By Thandeka, about the history of racism and about how whiteness was constructed in the US in the first place.

What I Told My White Friend When He Asked For My Black Opinion On White Privilege — by Lori Lakin Hutcherson, which gives concrete and painful examples of the experiences of African Americans in the US.

What makes me tired when organising with middle class comrades — by Nicole Vosper, about middle class privilege and how it can manifest in activist circles.

13th — a documentary film directed by Ava DuVernay, about “intersection of race, justice and mass incarceration in the United States.” (Quote taken from a NYT review).

The New Jim Crow — by Michelle Alexander. This book changed the conversation about race in the US, and provides a detailed historical analysis that could support a quicker understanding of what privilege means through grasping the devastating effect of it on others.