Over 300 books, articles, images, videos, and sounds gathered by Black Quantum Futurism over a decade that trace the creation of written and unwritten political and social agreements, protocols, and rules that underlie Westernized time constructs. Collectively, the research materials aim to illuminate the impacts that oppressive time protocols and policies have on marginalized Black communities in the US, and how they help to catalyze and perpetuate systems of oppression that govern and deny Black communities access to and agency over the temporal domains of the past and present while proposing protocols for new, equitable futures. Please credit the TZP Library if you are utilizing it in your research and discussions with collaborators and community members, and/or provide citations to Rasheedah Phillips or Black Quantum Futurism where appropriate.