In my previous post, I presented a list of what I call “classic” readings on diversity/inclusion/equity/social justice/multiculturalism/anti-racism for the novice-level professional. Today, I present readings which provide more of a learning curve, and are rooted in historical perspective. Again, these are considered classic reads, including The New Jim Crow, as it is the first book of its kind.
Have you read any of the above books? Are there others you would recommend? Let me know in the Comments. Thank you!