Anti-Racism Resources to Consider for Continued Individual Learning

The resources listed here are meant to support you as you learn about racism and embark in incorporating anti-racists practices in your personal and professional life. That process includes unlearning and relearning; reflecting upon our own values, behaviours and assumptions.

This list is by no means exhaustive. We will also continue to add to it as we become aware of more resources.  If you have any suggestions of additional resources, please let us know at  


  1. How to Be an Anti-Racist – Dr. Ibram X. Kendi
  2. Me and White Supremacy – Layla Saaed
  3. White Fragility – Robin D’Angelo
  4. Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome – Dr. Joy DeGruy
  5. Toward a Racially Just Workplace – Harvard Business Review
  6. Race, Work and Leadership: New Perspectives on the Black Experience – Laura Morgan Roberts, Anthony J. Mayo, David A. Thomas
  7. Policing Black Lives – Robyn Maynard
  8. The Person You Mean to Be – Dolly Chugh

Compilations of Recommended Books

25 Books About Being Black in Canada

Anti-racist Books for Kids and Teens 

10 Best Political Books of 2020 by Black Women


To Understand BC’s Black History, Connect Past and Present

The Pervasive Reality of Anti-Black Racism in Canada

The Anti-Racist Starter Pack

On Anti-Asian Hate Crimes: Who Is Our Real Enemy?

‘I Will Not Stand Silent.’ 10 Asian Americans Reflect on Racism During the Pandemic and the Need for Equality

Online Resources

Government of BC

Challenging Racist BC

Talking About Race

Bystander Intervention Training

Bakau Consulting


Anti-Blackness, Imperfect Allyship & Being Anti-Racist

White Privilege Explained with John Amaechi

Deconstructing White Privilege with Dr. Robin DiAngelo

The Banker Ladies

Jessica Gordon Nembhard: Cooperative Economics and Civil Rights

Jason Reynolds: Honesty, Joy and Anti-Racism

Ninth Floor

Color Blind or Color Brave?


Creating a Shift in Bias with Diversity Expert, Delofante Atkins

8 Podcasts to Deepen your Knowledge of Black History

About Race

Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast

Online Courses

Indigenous Canada