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There are many books on antiracism. These are a few.

Black Lives Matter: Poems for a New World An anthology featuring 107 poems from 95 writers around the world on the theme #BlackLivesMatter

The National Literacy Trust has a range of anti-racism resources including book lists for different age groups. Also articles and Ted talks and TV footage which explains why black lives matter which provides rich educational opportunities.

Bustle suggests an excellent list of 25 Books about race in Britain to add to your anti-racist reading list. These include fiction and non-fiction.

News From Nowhere Radical & Community Bookshop – published a list of anti-racism books for children.

David Olusoga “Black and British: A Forgotten History” (MacmIllan 2016) – Classic history text, missing from the school history curriculum.

Nadine El-Enany “(B)ordering Britain: Race, Law and Empire” (Manchester University Press 2020) – See the review  from Right to Remain.

Ibram X. Kendi “How to Be an Antiracist,” a 21st-century manual of racial ethics.

Influential Black Britons illustrated book Age 5 to 7, Age 7 to 11, Home educators, Schools and colleges. Free to download. Welsh version