Alexander, Michelle. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. New York. The New Press. 2012. Book Link
Davis, Fania E. The Little Book of Race & Restorative Justice, Black Lives, Healing, and US Social Transformation. Sky Horse Publishing. 2019. Book Link
Diangelo, Robin. White Fragility: Why It’s so Hard for White People to Talk about Racism. Boston. Beacon Press. 2018. Book Link
Kendi, Ibrahm X. How to be an AntiRacist. New York. One World Publishing, div. of Penguin Random House. 2019. Book Link
Moore, Wes. The Other Wes Moore, One Name, Two Fates. New York. Spiegel & Grau. 2011. Book Link
Tavuchis, Nicholas. MEA Culpa: A Sociology of Apology and Reconciliation. Stanford. Stanford University Press. 1991. Book Link
State of Oregon - Resources for Supporting Racial Justice in Oregon
Fast Company – June 6, 2020. Brands keep apologizing for racism. Why do all their posts look the same?
Forbes Magazine – June 4, 2020. 20 Books For 2020: A Reading List on Race in America
Foreign Policy – July 24, 2020. The United States Needs a Truth Commission. It Should Be Televised
Psychology Today – June 3, 2020. One Step Toward a Racial Apology
San Francisco Chronical – July 15, 2020. How a Truth and Reconciliation Commission could work in the US
USA Today – June 7, 2020. After Floyd killing, we need a truth and reconciliation commission on race and policing
KATU2 – July 28, 2020. Reimagine Oregon unveils list of policy demands to dismantle racism in the state
Restorative Justice and Apology. Articles and other resources on the nature and meaning of apology in restorative justice
This is a series of articles on the topic of apology within the restorative justice context. The website is Prison Fellowship International: Centre for Justice and Reconciliation and this is just a great resource in general too.