"Intersectionality is used to refer to the very complex way that the effects of different forms of discrimination and oppression (racism, sexism, classism, homophobia, xenophobia, etc.) overlap, combine, and intersect." - from Reconciling Ministries Network
At Wellspring, we seek to take an active stance in standing with the oppressed, especially those affected by multiple forms of oppression. Here are some resources for anti-racism.
A great place to start is Harvard's Anti-Racism Resources List, especially their book list.
Diangelo, Robin, White Fragility: Why it is so Hard for White People to Talk about Race
Hurston, Zora Neale Their Eyes Were Watching God
Jones, Alicia, Raising Anti-Racist Children
Kendi, Ibram X., Antiracist Baby
Kendi, Ibram X., How to Be an Antiracist
Kendi, Ibram X., Stamped From the Beginning
Martin, Michel, How White Parents Can Talk to their Kids about Race
Michie, Katrina, Your Kids Aren't Too Young to Talk About Race
Oliver, Stephanie Stokes, ed., Black Ink
Olou, Ijeome, So You Want to Talk About Race
Stockett, Kathryn, The Help
The Conscious Kid, “Anti-Racist Parenting: Principles vs. Practice,
Tochluk, Shelly, Witnessing Whiteness
Walker, Margaret, Jubilee
Wallis, Jim America’s Original Sin
Wilkerson, Isabel, The Warmth of Other Suns
“Looking for Excellent ‘Diverse’ Books for Children? Start Here!” embracerace.org/resources/where-to-find-diverse-childrens-books.