The University of Minnesota Press is making its anti-racist books available for free online reading through the end of August, the Minneapolis-based publishers announced Wednesday.

According to a news release, the featured books and authors in the Reading for Racial Justice collection "challenge white supremacy, police violence and unequal access to criminal justice, education, and resources" throughout the world.

Among the books in the collection: "Degrees of Freedom: The Origins of Civil Rights in Minnesota, 1860-1912," by William D. Greene, "Hope in the Struggle: A Memoir," by Josie R. Johnson, "Educated in Whiteness: Good Intentions and Diversity in Schools," by Angelina E. Castagno and "Survival Schools: The American Indian Movement and Community Education in the Twin Cities," by Julie L. Davis.

The books are available through Aug. 31.

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