I have resources on reparations at NEW & REVISED: THE BEST RESOURCES I’VE USED (OR WILL USE) IN LESSONS ABOUT RACE & RACISM.
However, especially now with the idea being taken more seriously in the public debate, I thought I’d take the materials there – and add more – to create a new “Best” list to add to all my resources on race and racism.
I hope you’ll suggest additions in the comments section:
Here are resources I’ve previously shared:
You may have already heard about, or read, Ta-Nehisi Coates’ article in The Atlantic titled “The Case for Reparations.”
It’s an amazing article, and Bill Moyers aired an interview with him about it, which I’ve embedded below:
You might also find The New Republic’s piece, Get Ready for a National Debate About Slavery Reparations, useful.
Slavery reparations are workable and affordable is from Vox.
Why white folks shouldn’t fear reparations is from The Week.
Are Reparations Due to African-Americans? is from The New York Times.
Here are newer resources:
The Debate over Reparations is a lesson plan from Morningside Center.
The Case for Reparations is by David Brooks.
Reparations: A Conversation Worth Having is from NY Times.
My Latest piece for the NY Times. “When Slaveowners Got Reparations” https://t.co/m1TTgefL60
— Tera Hunter (@TeraWHunter) April 16, 2019
What Reparations for Slavery Might Look Like in 2019 is from The NY Times.
We shouldn’t even be putting these two men in the same category and this set up legitimizes the writing of someone who has not done the scholarship. https://t.co/4c35zWHaIs
— Ida Bae Wells (@nhannahjones) June 20, 2019
Evanston, Ill., Has A Reparations Plan is from NPR.
Native American ‘land taxes’: a step on the roadmap for reparations is from The Guardian.