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Antiracist Resources: Primary Sources

Guide to antiracist resources including books, films, articles, primary sources, local and national action networks, protest resources, and bail funds.

What are primary sources?

Primary sources are documents, images or artifacts that provide firsthand testimony or direct evidence concerning an historical topic. Primary sources are original documents created or experienced contemporaneously with the event being researched. They can include newspaper articles, pamphlets, diaries, correspondence, photos, video and audio recordings, speeches, government publications, and oral histories.

Primary Sources