I'm a fan of tomb raiding thrillers..... I have got to suggest Matthew Reilly's work. The second and third best that I've discovered thus far, are Andy McDermott and Will Adams. I also have to recommend "The Breath of God" by Jeffrey Small if you also like adventurous thrillers that involve uncovering the origins of world religions.
Antonin Scalia has some journal articles on the topic- his legal points really set the scene for Bonilla-Silva's arguments on 'color-blind racism'.
For the Australians George Williams "Australian Constitutional Law and Theory" is a good introduction to the Australian constitutional problems that legalise forms of racism. I think he's planning another book that will expand on that a lot more.
Racism without Racist by EDUARDO BONILLA-SILVA. This book will have you take a real look at yourself and implicit bias that ALL humans have. If you truly strive to become a better human being then this book is a must read.