Here are some links collected by people in the fight against derailing, of things to read or things to read or participate in. This is a starting point only—my life has been very hectic and I'm sure I've missed a lot. Please add more in the comments!
(Note: I'm putting up a separate post for resources to educate derailers, as requested.)
Things to read:
- 50books_poc: community for a challenge to read books by people of color, with lots of reviews and recommendations.
- denim_queen, Big List of Awesome Authors, Poets, Playwrights and Scholars: 433 unannotated items.
- livrelibre, Better stuff to read: multiple links.
- Fantasy Roundtable: People of Color in Fantasy Literature (part 3): the recommendations section.
- coffeeandink, comments to RaceFail: Once More, with Misdirection: full of recommendations, as requested.
And things to read or participate in:
- The Carl Brandon Society, whose mission "is to increase racial and ethnic diversity in the production of and audience for speculative fiction." Reading lists, awards, Octavia E. Butler Memorial Scholarship, and more.
- People of Colour SF Carnival: all the blog carnivals to date, and news about upcoming ones.
- (Though the call for submissions for the most recent special edition, "Interrogating the Text, De-Colonizing the Mind: An Intra-PoC Dialogue", doesn't seem to be up there yet.)
- Call for submissions for the first Asian Women Blog Carnival.
- yeloson, The Remyth Project: "Let's stop hearing second-hand stories from colonizers with vested interests in ridiculing, exoticising, and taking our stories. // Let's hear each other's stories. // And let's remember."
- verb_noire: a project to start a small press whose mission is "To celebrate the works of talented, underrepresented authors and deliver them to a readership that demands more."
- invisible universe: a history of blackness in speculative fiction: an in-progress documentary.
[ETA: See comments for more.]