Anti-Racism Resources

In City Theatre’s commitment to both external and internal anti-racism work, we realize that education is paramount. Members of the theatre’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion committee compiled the following list of resources for staff and community members detailing reading and listening materials, as well as both national organizations and organizations in Pittsburgh fighting for equality and ways to actively support BIPOC communities. This list is by no means comprehensive and we encourage community members to continue to share resources and find ways to support organizations on the front lines of racial justice.

Blackbelt Voices
Code Switch by NPR
Ear Hustle by Radiotopia
Fare of the Free Child podcast
In Black America with John L Hanson by KUT
Integrated Schools podcast episode “Raising White Kids with Jennifer Harvey”
It’s Been A minute with Sam Sanders by NPR
Lynching in America by the Equal Justice Initiative
NPR episode about Whistling Vivaldi
Pod Save the People with DeRay Mckesson by Cooked Media
Side Effects of White Women Podcast Episode with Amanda Seales
Smartest Person in the Room’s episode on Well Meaning White People
The 1619 Project by the New York Times
The Black History Buff
The End of Policing with Alex Vitale
The David Banner Podcast
The Nod by Gimlet
The Stoop with Hana Baba and Leila Day
The United States of Anxiety by WNYC News
The Witness Podcast Network – Pass the Mic
Truth Be Told by KQED
Uncivil by Gimlet Media
While Black
White Lies by NPR
You Had Me at Black


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