From public spaces to mass transit, housing to architecture, American cities have rarely been reflective of the people who live there.
Safiya Umoja Noble, author of Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism, offers a curated reading list exploring how algorithmic bias can affect everything from health outcomes to financial credit to criminal justice.
The best-selling author of Washington Black curates a collection of articles by Black women writers, about everything from the nature of empathy to exploring the Black experience.
In-depth collections and recommended articles, curated in partnership with Black scholars, journalists, and writers.
From the case for reparations to the front lines of Ferguson, these have been some of the most saved and read essays on race and anti-Black racism on Pocket over the years.
Recommended articles, books, films, and more — to better understand systemic racism and ways to confront and dismantle it.
A guide to understanding the arguments for ‘defunding the police’ and abolishing prisons, curated by political scientist Megan Ming Francis.
Historian Keisha N. Blain curates a collection of articles by black writers on how we got here and why these demonstrations might yet be different.