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Grieving the White Void

What white people need to know, and do, after Ferguson

Dear White Allies: Stop Unfriending Other White People Over Ferguson

Dear White Folks, Have A Seat: On Being In Solidarity With The #BlackLivesMatter Movement

Accomplices Not Allies: Abolishing the Ally Industrial Complex – An Indigenous perspective & provocation.

Video Blogger Franchesca Ramsey Perfectly Explains How To Be An Ally

Indigeneity, Settler Colonialism, White Supremacy

The Problem With Privilege by Andrea Smith

It’s Incredibly Scary to Be a Transgender Woman of Color Right Now

The Police Are Killing One Group at a Staggering Rate, and Nobody Is Talking About It

Historian Says Don’t ‘Sanitize’ How Our Government Created Ghettos

If Anyone Ever Questioned How White Privilege Manifested Itself in America This Is The Perfect Illustration

White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard to Talk to White People About Racism

The Next Time Someone Responds to “Black Lives Matter” with “All Lives Matter” Send Them This

The Fire This Time: Black Youth and the Spectacle of Postracial Violence

Fighting racism and the limits of “ally-ship” Khury Petersen-Smith and Brian Bean comment on a discussion in the Black Lives Matter movement about the role of white activists in the antiracist struggle.

Risk Something is Abe Lateiner’s blog which documents his journey towards collective liberation. My intent is to speak to other people with privilege of different forms, particularly people with class privilege and White privilege.

The Kinfolk Kollective is a mother’s blog about being “here for black people without qualifiers” and recognizing “privilege however prorated.”

White Awake‘s mission is to bring contemplative spiritual practice to white affinity work around race and inner transformation.

To follow sources that publish such articles, find an extensive listing here. If these articles leave you with unanswered questions, there’s now even a website devoted to answering the questions of White Americans: askawhiteperson.com.

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