Social Justice Reading List 

Educators & Active Citizens 
We're Not Broken
A Disability History of the United States
Neurotribes
What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Fat
How the World is Passed
Raising Antiracist Children
The Wake Up
We Do This Til We Free Us
The Sum of Us
"Biased"
Not Light But Fire
"Being the Change"
We Got This
How to be Less Stupid About Race
The Half Has Never Been Told
They Were Her Property
An Indigenous Peoples' History
By Tayo Rockson
"Was The Cat in the Hat Black?"
"America is in the Heart"
"Uninhabitable Earth"
"Water Tossing Boulders"
"How to be an Antiracist"
Reading, Writing, and Rising Up
The End of Policing
Killing Rage
White Kids
Rethinking Multicultural Education
Lies My Teacher Told Me
White Fragility
Pushout
Teaching for Black Lives
"The Color of Success" by Ellen Wu
"A People's History of the U.S."
Is Everyone Really Equal?
Wherever There's a Fight
Racism Without Racists
Teaching Controversial Issues
Between the World and Me
Stamped from the Beginning
Savage Inequalities
White Rage
What If All The Kids Are White?
Learning Anti-Racism
Beverly Tatum
Courageous Conversations
Yellow
Pedagogy of the Oppressed
Children & Students 
Fatima's Great Outdoors
Here Is The World
Ho'onani Hula Warrior
Fauja Singh Keeps Going
Eyes That Kiss in the Corners
This Book is Antiracist
All The Way to the Top
My Two Border Towns
Cora Cooks Pancit
A Lion's Mane
Marching For Freedom
Islandborn
Where Are You From?
"When Aidan Became a Brother"
"Under My Hijab"
"It Feels Good to Be Yourself"
"Not My Idea: A Book About Whitenes"
"They Called Us Enemy"
"They All Saw A Cat"
"All Are Welcome"
"Unstoppable"
Harvesting Hope
Just Kidding
Trouble Talk
The Invisible Boy
All the Colors We Are
I Dissent
Skin We Are In
Flowers from Mariko
Annie's Plaid Shirt
Sonia Sotomayor
Delivering Justice
I Love My Hair!
Number the Stars
Stella by Starlight
Fred Korematsu Speaks Up
The Youngest Marcher
Brave Girl
El Deafo
Separate is Never Equal
The Whispering Town
Jacob's New Dress
Esperanza Rising
In the Year of the Boar
March
My Name is Bilal