Resources to educate yourself and others on racial injustice

Resources to educate yourself and others on racial injustice

We see you. We hear you. We stand with you.
CASA’s core mission is to use our voice to demand change. Today, we raise our voice to affirm that Black Lives Matter. The lives of our children and families matter. We raise our voice to condemn hate, oppression, and white supremacy. One of the most impactful things that you can do to help end systemic racism is to educate ourselves and younger generations on the current climate of our country. We have compiled a list of books, shows, documentaries, and other resources that you can use to help others grow, learn, and enact change for racial justice. If you have any additional resources you think should be included below, please email Jami Wyman and we will add it to the list promptly.

Resources that highlight racial injustices, discrimination, and racial identity:

Videos, shows, movies, and documentaries:

• The path to ending systemic racism in the US: Ted Talk
• Little Fires Everywhere (based on the book by Celeste Ng): Hulu
• Dear White People by Justin Simien and Njeri Brown: Netflix
• Seven Seconds by Veena Sud: Netflix
• When They See Us by Ava DuVernay: Netflix
• The Innocence Files: Netflix
• Who Killed Malcolm X?: Netflix
• Strong Island: Netflix