Resources to Unlearn Racism

Reports and Information

COVID-19 Racism – Survey by Asian Alliance and Diversity Australia

Media Diversity Australia Report 

Mapping Social Cohesion Report 2019

Speak out against racism (SOAR)

ATN Social Commentary & Racism 2019 

Reporting Racism – Information for people who want to report racial discrimination in Australia


A non-exhaustive list of recommended non-fiction books for adults on topics of race, racism, multiculturalism, and cultural diversity:

  • Courageous conversations about race, by Glenn E. Singleton & Curtis Linton (Corwin Press)
  • Viral hate – containing its spread on the internet, by Abraham H. Foxman & Christopher Wolf (Palgrave Macmillan)
  • I’m not racist but… 40 years of the racial discrimination act, by Tim Soutphommasane (NewSouth)
  • Auschwitz to Australia, by Olga Horak (Snap Wynyard)
  • Cyber Racism and Community Resilience: Strategies for Combating Online Race Hate, by Ana-Maria Bliuc, Andrew Oboler, Andrew Jakubowicz, Gail Mason, Karen Connelly, Kevin Dunn, Nasya Bahfen, Rosalie Atie, Yin Paradies (Springer International Publishing)
  • Driven by difference – how great companies fuel innovation through diversity, by David Livermore (Amacom – American Management Association)
  • The Hate Race, by Maxine Beneba Clarke (Allen & Unwin)
  • Why I’m no longer talking to white people about race, by Reni Eddo-Lodge (Bloomsbury Publishing)
  • Between the world and me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates (Spiegel & Grau)
  • I shall not hate: A Gaza doctor’s journey on the road to peace and human dignity, by Izzeldin Abuelaish (Walker)
  • Don’t go back to where you came from, by Tim Soutphommasane (NewSouth)
  • Beyond white guilt, by Sarah Maddison (Allen & Unwin)
  • The complete Maus, by Art Spiegelman (Pantheon Books)
  • Autobiography of a recovering skinhead, by Frank Meeink (Hawthorne Books)
  • That Fry Boy, by James Fry (New Holland Publishers)
  • For those who’ve come across the seas, edited by Andrew Jakubowicz & Christina Ho (Anthem Press)

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