UTD Departments Offer Anti-Racism Resources



Recent episodes of racial violence and subsequent protests across America have stirred many in the UT Dallas campus community to want to learn more about systemic racism and how to help our society move forward toward justice and equality.

The Eugene McDermott Library has in its collections a variety of books that will help stimulate conversation on racial injustice, the history of racial issues in America and anti-racism training.

Below are a few recommendations from library staff. If you’re not a member of the UT Dallas community and don’t have access to the University library, you can click the links below for more information and then look for the resources at your local library.

Discussing Race

History and Policy

Personal Experiences

The Student Counseling Center also recommends the following resources that have been curated by LeanIn.Org.




Talking to Kids About Racism

–Robin Russell