If you have a basic understanding of white awareness and want to inform yourself further, consider exploring the intermediate-level resources below. Remember, developing white awareness and practicing anti-racism is a process, not an event. It’s okay to take a break when you need it and come back when you’re ready.
- What Does It Mean to Be White?: Developing White Racial Literacy by Robin di Angelo (2012). She publishes a website with more resources at Robindiangelo.com.
- Waking Up White: Finding Myself in The Story of Race by Debby Irving (2014). In her TED talk, she explains the intersection of individual and institutional racism. She publishes a website with many resources at DebbyIrving.com, including a 21-day racial equity habit building challenge
- Lori Lakin Hutcherson publisher of Good Black News offers insight into first-time questions about what it means to have white privilege on her blog Onbeing.org.
- White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son by Tim Wise (2011). He also publishes resources at http://www.timwise.org/books-and-dvds/white-like-me/