This Website Makes It Easier to Buy Anti-Racist Books From Black-owned Bookstores

Locations are categorized by state, giving readers the option to support local businesses

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In the weeks since the May 25 killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, books about anti-racism have consistently topped bestseller lists.

Many of these books have been purchased from the likes of Amazon and Barnes & Noble. To try and funnel some of these sales to Black-owned bookstores instead, a group of design and tech specialists have created a website that makes it easy to do so.

Called the Racial Justice Bookshelf, the site is divvied up in a few different ways.



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