Online Reference Databases

Reference Databases require a TRL library card number and PIN to use outside of the library.

Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society

African American Experience

American Indian Experience

Latino American Experience

Ethnic Groups of the Americas

Points of View Reference Center

Online Booklists

Institute for Humane Education

The Dark Fantastic: Race and the Imagination in Children's & YA Books, Media, and Fan Cultures

Bookriot’s Social Justice in Fiction booklist

Santa Clara County Library District" Lawrence Picks: #BlackLivesMatter reading list

Alameda County Juvenile Justice Center's booklist: Black Lives Matter. Brown Lives Matter. Poor People Matter.

Books covering a wide range of beliefs about the LGBT community

Best Books About Islam & Muslims

69 Books Every Feminist Should Read

Movies and Videos

Opening our eyes: social justice in film

6 Videos To Use In Your Social Justice Lessons

The Top 175 Essential Films of All Time for LGBT Viewers

Fifty Essential Feminist Films

Multiple Formats and Lists of Lists

YWCA: Racial Justice Resources

Citizenship & Social Justice - Websites, Organizations, and Films

In the Wake of Orlando: Helping Students Heal

Lemonade Syllabus: A Collection of Works Celebrating Black Womanhood

San Francisco Public Schools: Teaching #BlackLivesMatter

The Black Lives Matter Reference Guide

Showing Up For Racial Justice: Resources

Debbie Irving – Racial Justice Educator and Writer

Professional Library News/Awareness

Libraries Respond to Recent Crises

Black Lives Matter: Building Empathy Through Reading

Librarian Creates #BlackLivesMatter Booklist for Teens

Que(e)ry Librarians' #BlackLifesMatter related library, teaching, and community resources

News and Articles

“Where Are the People of Color in Children's Books?” Meyers, Walter Dean. New York Times, 15 April 2015. Retrieved 7/15/2016