Library Research Guide
This resource guide was created to supplement the How to be an Antiracist Mastermind Experience. This resource guide gives readers opportunities to dive deeper into some of the events and policies that Kendi touches upon.
Each event or policy is broken down into three sections: minutes, hours, and days. These seek to define the time commitment needed for the linked resource.
Minutes: Curious about environmental racism but only have half an hour? Watch the video linked in the "minutes" category.
Hours: Have a few hours to explore gerrymandering? Check out the multi-episode podcast in the "hours" category.
Days: Ready to commit a significant amount of time to learning about the history of redlining and housing segregation? Grab a copy of The Color of Law from the library.
This guide is not a comprehensive list of resources, but it provides readers of Kendi's text with some next steps towards learning about the many aspects of United States history and its connections to racism and antiracism. Check out the Related databases and guides at K-State section of this page to learn more about using K-State Libraries to find more information on these topics.
These pages are organized by chapters read for each Small Group meeting. Below is a list of topics in each section.