Social Justice and Racial Literacy
- America After Charleston, 2015
- Anatomy of Prejudice: Jane Elliott's Seminar on Race, 2009
- Are You Racist?, 2015
- Baltimore Rising, 2017
- #BlackLivesMatter, 2015
- Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise, 2016
- Black Lives Matter, 2017
- Civil Rights Movement, 2009
- Confronting Discrimination and Prejudice, 2008
- Emancipation Proclamation Celebrates 150 Years and an Enduring Power to Inspire, 2012
- Ethnic Notions, 1987
- For My People: The Life and Writing of Margaret Walker, 1998
- From the Library of Black History: The Longest Struggle, 1990
- House We Live In: Race, the Power of an Illusion, 2003
- King in the Wilderness, 2018
- Lincoln's Greatest Speech: The Second Inaugural Address, 2015
- Overcoming Prejudice, 2011
- Policing is Racially Biased: A Debate, 2017
- Racial Facial, 2016
- Secrets of the Hollow: Last Disintegrated School, 2018
- Target: Philadelphia, 2020
- TEDTalks: Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi, 2016
- TEDTalks: David R. Williams: How Racism Makes Us Sick, 2017
- TEDTalks: Howard C. Stevenson: How to Resolve Racially Stressful Situations, 2018
- TEDTalks: Sally Kohn: What We Can Do About the Culture of Hate, 2018
- African Americans and Reconstruction, 1865‐1883 contains nearly 1,400 fully searchable printed works from the end of the Civil War to the beginning of Jim Crow.
- African Americans and Jim Crow, 1883‐1922 contains more than 1,000 fully searchable printed works from the beginning of Jim Crow to post‐World War I.
- Indigenous Peoples of North America is a comprehensive collection of primary source documents from American and Canadian government sources and institutions, tribal publications, and documents from Indian‐related organizations, including a selection of indigenous‐language materials.
- The HistoryMakers Digital Archive is a collection of 2,800 full‐length African American videotaped oral histories that is continually growing.