How To Be An Ally...
Here at OH.SO, we stand in solidarity with the
Black community in the fight against racism and systemic injustice.
We must unite and stand for inclusion. It is our collective responsibility to be part of the solution. Black voices deserve to be heard.
We are listening.
We are learning.
We will continue to fight this fight.
A small list of what we are reading, watching, and listening to.
We'd love to hear what you are doing to further your education...
13th - Netflix
I Am Not Your Negro - Amazon Prime
The Hate U Give - Netflix
If Beale Street Could Talk - Hulu
Fruitvale Station - Amazon Prime
Selma - Amazon Prime
Malcom X - Netflix
Do The Right Thing - Amazon Prime
Just Mercy - Amazon Prime
Marshall - Amazon Prime
Hidden Figures - Amazon Prime
Dear White People - Netflix
When They See Us - Netflix
Seven Seconds - Netflix
Self-Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C. J. Walker - Netflix
Code Switch, NPR
1619, New York Times
Yo, Is This Racist?
No Country For Young Women
Still Processing, New York Times
'How to Be an Antiracist' by Ibram X. Kendi
'The Fire Next Time' by James Baldwin
'The New Jim Crow' by Michelle Alexander
'Invisible Man' by Ralph Ellison
'The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America' by Richard Rothstein
'Hood Feminism' by Mikki Kendall
'Heavy: An American Memoir' by Kiese Laymon
'What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Blacker' by Damon Young
'How We Fight for Our Lives' by Saeed Jones
'The Source of Self-Regard' by Toni Morrison
'White Fragility' by Robin Diangelo
'The Autobiography of Malcolm X' by Alex Haley
'Black Is the Body' by Emily Bernard
'Democracy in Black' by Eddie S. Glaude Jr.
'I'm Still Here' by Austin Channing Brown
'White Rage' by Carol Anderson
'So You Want to Talk About Race' by Ijeoma Oluo