Black Lives Matter: A List of Resources

Black Lives Matter: A List of Resources

At Coop, we are committed to racial equality as a basic human right. We advocate for the equal treatment of all individuals—specifically for Black people, whom our nation has robbed of so many basic human rights since its beginnings.

Supporting a movement can’t just be a fleeting trend—it’s a continuous effort that we are actively pursuing. Here are some resources to educate yourself on race, racial justice, and the Black experience, as well as ways to help the Black Lives Matter movement.


TV shows and movies about race and the Black experience:

  1. 13th
  2. Self Made
  3. Fruitvale Station
  4. Explained: The Racial Wealth Gap
  5. Time: The Kalief Browder Story
  6. When They See Us
  7. Who Killed Malcolm X
  8. She Did That
  9. Murder to Mercy- The Cyntoia Brown Story
  10. Selma
  11. The Hate U Give
  12. Rest in Power: The Travyon Martin Story
  13. Dear White People
  14. American Son
  15. If Beale Street Could Talk
  16. The Last Black Man in San Francisco


Click here for a variety of petitions you can sign relating to racial justice!


Check out these podcasts:

  1. The Diversity Gap
  2. 1619
  3. Seeing White
  4. Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast
  5. Pod Save the People
  6. Code Switch
  7. The Sista Collective
  8. 2 Queens in Pod
  9. The Receipts Podcast
  10. The Echo Chamber
  11. Lynching in America
  12. About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge
  13. Intersectionality Matters!
  14. Witness Black History


Gain insight from these books:

  1. Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race
  2. Me and White Supremacy
  3. Natives
  4. I Am Not Your Baby Mother
  5. The Good Immigrant
  6. Don’t Touch My Hair
  7. So You Want to Talk About Race
  8. Slay in Your Lane
  9. The Condemnation of Blackness
  10. Their Eyes Were Watching God
  11. The Autobiography of Malcolm X
  12. Dying of Whiteness
  13. Black Marxism
  14. Waiting ‘Til the Midnight Hour
  15. How We Get Free
  16. Well-Read Black Girl

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No matter who you are, you can make a difference. Please share this information with your friends and family.

We are all in this together.