Resources Related to Anti-Racism in Canada

There are 100’s of anti-Black racism and anti-racism resources available, and we encourage you to do your own research and to speak to your colleagues and friends to offer and get recommendations. The following lists are not intended to be exhaustive. We will add to this list periodically over time.

OSSTF/ FEESO Statement Against Anti-Black hate, racism and discrimination

OSSTF/ FEESO Statement  Against Anti-Asian Racism and Violence 

OSSTF/ FEESO Action Plan to Support Equity and Anti-Oppression

OSSTF/FEESO Statement Against Antisemitism on Holocaust Remembrance Day

Anti-Black Racism Resources 

Resources for Black Healing and Support in the GTA (compiled by the Black Community Action Network)

Policing Black Lives – Robyn Maynard

The Skin We’re In – Desmond Cole

Black Life: Post Black Lives Matter in Canada – Rinaldo Walcott & Idill Abdillahi

Until We are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matter in Canada – Edited by Rodney Diverlus, Sandy Hudson, Syrus Marcus Ware

Anti-Indigenous Racism Resources

National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation – teaching resources

21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act – Bob Joseph

Seven Fallen Feathers – Tanya Talaga

Unsettling Canada – Arthur Manual and Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson

The Inconvenient Indian – Thomas King

Islamophobia Resources (lesson plans & resource list)

Canadian Labour Congress. “Islamophobia at Work.”

Sameena Eidoo. Shaping Muslim Futures.

Growing Up Muslim: The Impact of Islamophobia on Children in a Canadian Community.

Antisemitism Resources

Facing History and Ourselves

Hannah Arendt. “Antisemitism.” From The Origins of Totalitarianism.

Sander Gilman. The Jew’s Body.

Alana Lentin. “Good Jew, Bad Jew.” From Why Race Still Matters.

Ella Shohat. “Reflections of an Arab Jew.”

Harold Troper and Irving Abella. None is Too Many.

Anti-racism Resources

Deep Diversity – Shakil Choudhury

Me and White Supremacy – Layla Saad

So You Want to Talk About Race –  Ijeoma Oluo

Canadian Teacher Federation lesson plans