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[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eN0v1SHSiskTFW1dn9-S7rp2DcO7-cn7Ol5AWQkLLBY/preview?pru=AAABcpr3mGI*r1T0Re4Llau9O04txqtY4Q Letters for Black Lives] (A collaborative to translate this letter from 2016 into its updated 2020 version into multiple languages)
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Learn about the history of race and anti-Black racism in the U.S. through these works suggested by our colleagues and students.

Books

Articles and Reports

  • Hannah-Jones, Nikole, and Mary N. Elliott, eds. The 1619 Project. New York Times, 2019.

Podcasts

Films

  • I Am Not Your Negro, a 2016 documentary film directed by Raoul Peck and based on James Baldwin's unfinished manuscript Remember This House
  • Just Mercy, a 2019 American legal drama film directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, based on the memoir and work by Bryan Stevenson
  • Selma, a 2014 historical drama film directed by Ava DuVernay and written by Paul Webb



Related AEA resources

AEA Best Practices for Economists

AEA Code of Conduct

AEA Ombudsperson

AEA Professional Climate Survey

CSMGEP



Other resources

Letters for Black Lives (A collaborative to translate an updated 2020 version of a 2016 letter into multiple languages. Currently there are over 40 translations in progress.)