Further Reading

Books

Alexander, Michelle. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness (The New Press, 2012).

Baker, Kelly J. Gospel According to the Klan: The KKK’s Appeal to Protestant America, 1915-1930 (University Press of Kansas, 2011).

Cramer, Katherine J. The Politics of Resentment: Rural Consciousness in Wisconsin and the Rise of Scott Walker (University of Chicago Press, 2016).

Hatch, Anthony Ryan. Blood Sugar: Racial Pharmacology and Food Justice in Black America (University of Minnesota Press, 2016). (Review by Ibram X. Kendi here.)

Kendi, Ibram X. Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America. (Nation Books, 2016). (Brief review from New Books Network here.)

Moreton, Bethany. To Serve God and Wal-Mart: The Making of Christian Free Enterprise (Harvard University Press, 2010).

Articles

ACLU Comment on Congressional Move to Allow Internet Providers to Sell Consumer Data Without Permission, March 7, 2017.

Activists Rush to Save Government Science Data — If They Can Find It, NYT, March 6, 2017

Amuchie, Nnennaya (2016) “”The Forgotten Victims” How Racialized Gender Stereotypes Lead to Police Violence Against Black Women and Girls: Incorporating an Analysis of Police Violence Into Feminist Jurisprudence and Community Activism,” Seattle Journal for Social Justice: Vol. 14: Iss. 3, Article 8.

AAU Urges Quick End to Administration Order Barring Returning Students and Faculty (January 28, 2017).

ACRL Board of Directors. ACRL Board of Directors Affirms Commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Access (January 30, 2017).

American Library Association. ALA opposes new administration policies that contradict core values. (January 30, 2017).

American Library Association/Julie B. Todaro. ALA Affirms Support for NEH, NEA. (February 2, 2017).

ARL. Research Libraries, University Presses Oppose Trump’s Immigration Order. (January 30, 2017).

American Studies Association. Post-Election Message to ASA Members from the Council of the American Studies Association. (February 2, 2017).

Balibar, Etienne. “Populism in the American Mirror” (Verso Books, 10 January 2017).

Bee, Samantha. We’re Still Not There: A Practical Guide to Resistance. (Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, February 15, 2017).

Brannen, Kate. Steve Bannon Is Making Sure There’s No White House Paper Trail, Says Intel Source. (ForeignPolicy.com, January 30, 2017)

Congressional Budget Office. How Repealing Portions of the Affordable Care Act Would Affect Health Insurance Coverage and Premiums (Report,  17 January 2017)

Connolly, N.D.B. and Keisha M. Blain, An Introduction to Trump Syllabus 2.0 (Black Perspectives, June 28, 2016).

Contact Congress Immediately Regarding FY 2018 Federal Budget, American Historical Association blog, March 16, 2017.

Des. “Our Work, Our Selves: Using Our Tools for Resistance.” (HackLibrarySchool, February 16, 2017).

Peter Dreier, Will Trump’s Tax Records Be the Next Pentagon Papers? A broad coalition of activists is agitating to force the release of Donald Trump’s tax returns, but it may turn out that the only way we’ll ever see his records is if someone leaks them to the media. Alternet, March 1, 2017.

Dunleavy, Hannah. “What the fuck just happened? The new POTUS.” (StandardIssueMagazine, January 30, 2017).

“Expression of Solidarity from Canada: ACA-AAQ Joint Statement on the Executive Orders Restricting Entry into the US.” Posted on Global Notes, SAA IAAS Blog, Weekly News Roundup, 3 February 2017.

Erin. “Not a question of if, but a question of when.” (Constructive Summer: Building the Unified Library Scene, January 31, 2017).

Gailey, Sarah with Elsa Sjunneson-Henry. “Get Rich or Die Trying – On Repealing the ACA” (terribleminds, 16 January 2017).

Greenberg, Stephen. “History matters.” (JMLA, January 2017).

Introducing: The Hashtag Syllabus Project

http://www.racismreview.com/blog/2017/04/04/introducing-hashtag-syllabus-project/

“Invasive Digital Border Searches: Tell EFF Your Story,” EFF Newsletter (1 February 2017)

ISLAMOPHOBIA IS RACISM: Resource for Teaching & Learning about anti-Muslim Racism in the United States

“Jewish historians speak out against the election of Donald Trump” (Jewish Journal, 15 November 2016).

Khalid, Asma. “Reporter’s Notebook: What It Was Like As A Muslim To Cover The Election” (National Public Radio, 7 December 2016).

Koba, Mark. Executive orders coming? Here’s how they work (CNBC, January 28, 2014).

Kovalev, Alexey. “A message to my doomed colleagues in the American media” (Medium, 12 January 2017).

Kurtzleben, Danielle. Digital Transition Of Power Is Not So Peaceful (NPR, January 20, 2017).

LaRue, James. American Library Association Office of Intellectual Freedom Condemns Government Agency Censorship (January 25, 2017).

Mahler, Jonathan and Matt Flegenheimer. “What Donald Trump Learned From Joseph McCarthy’s Right-Hand Man” (New York Times, 20 June 2016).

Molteni, Megan. “Diehard Coders Just Rescued NASA’s Earth Science Data.” (Wired, February 13, 2017).

National Coalition for History, statement on the budget proposal, March 16, 2017.

National Archives tells White House to save all of Trump’s tweets, even ones deleted or corrected ( PBS Newshour,April 3, 2017).

Oreskes, Michael. “We Cannot Tolerate Legal and Personal Attacks on Journalists For Doing Their Jobs” (National Public Radio, 17 January 2017).

OurStates.org website

Overholt, John. “The Professional is the Political.” (medium.com, January 28, 2017).

Peet, Lisa. “Librarians Mobilize Resources, Information, and Solidarity in Response to New Administration.” (Library Journal, February 22, 2017).

Pence turns over to state 13 boxes of emails amid controversy (Indiana Star, March 4, 2017).

“Prevent Tragedy Before It’s Too Late”: Read the Statement 1,200 Scholars Just Released About Trump (Mother Jones, 15 December 2016).

Price, Gary. Another U.S. Gov Resource No Longer Available: DHS Stops Publishing “Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report.” (January 25, 2017).

Radical Brownies: berets, badges, and social justice. (The Guardian, January 2017).

Records show EPA’s Pruitt used private email, despite denial (WP, Feb. 27. 2017).

Revesz, Rachael. President Trump’s tweets might be a violation of the Presidential Records Act (The Independent, January 22, 2017).

Robin, Corey. “The Politics Trump Makes” (n+1, 11 January 2017).

Rondón, Andrés Miguel. How to Culture Jam a Populist in Four Easy Steps (Caracas Chronicle, January 20, 2017).

Ron Rosenbaum, “Against Normalization: The Lesson of the Munich Post,” LA Review of Books ( February 5, 2017).

SAA. “SAA Statement on Executive Order Restricting Entry into the United States by Individuals from Seven Muslim-Majority Countries.” (January 31, 2017).

Senate panel asks Trump ally Roger Stone to preserve Russia-related records (The Hill, March 18, 2017).

Sullivan, Margaret. “A hellscape of lies and distorted reality awaits journalists covering President Trump” (Washington Post, 15 January 2017).

“Taking Stands” (Inside Higher Ed, 21 November 2016).

“Toward a Social Justice in ARM Bibliography” (The Schedule blog, 3 February 2017).

“Travelers caught up in Trump’s ban who need help? There’s an app for that” (WP, 7 February 2017).

Trilling, David. ‘Digital dangers’ and online obstacles: Legal tips for journalists (Journalist’s Resource, January 17, 2017).

Trump’s military spending bump could fund the Corporation for Public Broadcasting for the next 121 years (WP, March 16, 2017).

“Trump’s fleeting tweets alarm archivists,” (Politico, 5 February 2017)

Trump Officially Proposes to Eliminate the National Endowments for the Arts and the Humanities (Slate, March 16, 2017).

“Turning protests into action with technology,” Huffington Post (7 February 2017).

West, Jessamyn. “TILT #32 This is what librarian resistance looks like.” (TILT, February 16, 2017).

Wheeler, Lydia. LGBT rights page gone from White House website (The Hill, January 20, 2017).

“WhiteHouse.gov: The case of the broken links” (GCN.com, 27 January 2017)

Websites

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.

Darweesh v. Trump

ProPublica.

The U.S. Constitution (annotated and with references)

Bibliographies

Institutional Records and Human Rights, SAA RM Roundtable Zotero Bibliography

Inclusion on this list does not imply endorsement of the Concerned Archivists’ statement by any groups or individual authors linked to therein.