‘Anti-Racist Library' Keeps Conversation About Racism Going

A group of East Bay mothers trying to help their neighbors better understand the Black experience have turned to what they call the “anti-racist library.”

Jenny Roy, Sarah Foster and Meg Honey are filling a book box in their Walnut Creek community with various works in hopes of keeping the conversation about racism going.

“If you don’t name it, if you don’t read about it, if you don’t talk about racism, then it’s never going to go away,” Roy said.

Last summer, the moms watched the world take to the streets to denounce the racism that continues to persist in society — racism they struggled to explain to their

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