What are you reading to address hate?

What are you reading or watching that helps you address hate in any form? It can be an article, a book, a workbook, a film, an online lecture, etc., and it can address hate broadly or in a narrower format, such as by examining a specific hate crime or hateful law.

Above, Layla F. Saad’s Me and White Supremacy workbook for any person who benefits from white privilege. It’s an online resource that challenges you daily to think about white privilege and white supremacy. Oh, and it’s free. 

Share a title in the comments by April 25, and I’ll a name from among those who shared for a prize.

Rebecca

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