From the beginning, NCBI and its founder and Executive Director, Cherie Brown, have been very active in documenting the struggle against racism and all other forms of prejudice and discrimination. A wide variety of informative and practical books, manuals, videos, articles, and descriptive materials have been produced. Many of these publications are currently available through this web site.
Some of them can be downloaded at no charge. An example is Principles into Practice, a powerful collection of NCBI’s best experiences, lessons, and practices. Other publications can be obtained at a nominal cost. The Art of Coalition Building, for instance, is a time-tested, how-to manual in wide demand as diverse groups tackle important social and political issues.
Available at this link is an annotated listing of articles, research studies, handbooks, and reports about the work of NCBI from 1988 to present.
All annotations completed by:
Lori M. Ideta, Ed.D. Assistant Vice Chancellor & Dean of Students University of Hawai`i at Manoa
Kent Spiers, BA Researcher - Institute of Social and Economic Research University of AlaskaAnchorage
Idella Glenn, Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Furman University