Black Lives Matter

Online resources


A number of academic publishers and aggregators of scholarly information have responded to Black Lives Matter as well as calls to Decolonize the curriculum. they are highlighting within their own collections texts that respond to structural racism and discrimination whilst pledging to improve diversity and inclusion within their editorial boards and author lists.

We have complied some of those collection from our suppliers for you to use and share:

Springer Nature have selected freely available  content from books, journals and blogs on issues including Social Inequality & Systemic Racism, Gender, racism & oppression as well as stories from Black women in research.

Black Freedom is a primary sources resource developed by ProQuest, featuring select primary source documents related to critical people and events in African American history. The intention is to support a wide range of students, as well independent researchers and anyone interested in learning more about the foundation of ongoing racial injustice in the U.S. – and the fights against it. By centering on the experiences and perspectives of African Americans, this collection imbues the study of Black history with a deeper understanding of the humanity of people who have pursued the quest for freedom, and the significance of movements like Black Lives Matter.

Exact Editions A freely available Black Lives Matter learning resource, featuring a rich collection of handpicked articles from the digital archives of over 50 different publications.

We created a padlet of suggested resources that can be viewed and added to here

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