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The 1619 Project Companion: Additional Resources

This guide serves as a companion to discussions of "The 1619 Project," a publication of the New York Times Magazine, which marks the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans to Jamestown, Virginia.

The 1619 Project Companion additional resources

Remaining true to journalist, Nicole Hannah-Jones' quote "Nothing we know about American life today has been untouched by slavery," there are many, many relevant resources. During our discussions, a lot of these resources and links were mentioned. In fact, they bubbled forth so quickly, I most certainly have missed some.

This page serves as an attempt to capture and share materials that came to mind during our talks. Please feel free to suggest additions (or point out unintended omissions) to this collection. Contact Caroline Siecke-Pape, cpape@rcls.org.

Videos

Books

Caste

Between the World and Me

How to be an anti-racist

stamped - for teenagers

 

Websites and Links

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