This list is a mixture of fiction and non-fiction books by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander authors and it is, by no-means, exhaustive. But, if you've been wanting to read more Blak voices and educate yourself on racism in Australia, these may help you get started.
I haven't read all of these books yet, but as I want to better my understanding of the Blak movement in Australia as well as uplift Blak voices, these are the ones I plan to read for the rest of 2020.
1. The Yield by Tara June Winch
2. Jandamarra and the Bunuba Resistance by Banjo Woorunmurra and Howard Pedersen
3. Growing up Aboriginal in Australia edited by Dr Anita Heiss
4. Finding Eliza: Power and Colonial Storytelling by Larissa Behrendt
5. After Australia edited by Michael Mohammed Ahmad
6. A Rightful Place: A Road Map to Recognition edited by Shireen Morris
7. Too Much Lip by Melissa Lucashenko
8. Fight for Liberty and Freedom by John Maynard
9. Catching Teller Crow by Ambelin and Ezekiwl Kwaymullina
10. I'm the One That Knows This Country by Jessie Lennon
11. Terra Nullius by Claire G Coleman
12. Finding the Heart of the Nation by Thomas Mayor
13. Am I Black Enough For You? by Anita Heiss
14. Because A White Man'll Never Do It by Kevin Gilbert
15. Blakwork by Alison Whittaker
16. Does The Media Fail Aboriginal Political Aspirations? by Amy Thomas, Andrew Jakubowicz and Heidi Norman
17. And finally, Home by Larissa Behrendt
If you're wanting to expand your knowledge on racism further this essential reading guide for fighting racism post from the USA, gives a great list of books that you can read to broaden your views, combat your inner racism and help you better understand the inherent and systemic racism found all around the world.
Or, if you're wanting a more exhaustive list on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander authors and their books, check out this one the website called Creative Sprits.