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Black Lives Matter: home

The guide includes resources to learn, find support, and ways to become an advocate for change. We've linked to the eBooks from our catalog. If you would like to purchase your own copies, we encourage you to do so from a Black-owned book seller.


Berklee Resources

Race, Racism, and Social Movements

Learn about the history of institutionalized racism and the movements to enact social change


Whiteness, White Supremacy, and Anti-racism

Learn about the constructions of race, institutionalized and systemic white supremacy, and how to combat racism.


Black Voices and Resources for Support and Safety

Works by Black authors and artists for those seeking language and affirmation. This page also includes emotional and safety support resources.



Information on how to get involved in the movement

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