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by Daniel Fitzroy on 2021-02-23T09:25:00-05:00 | 0 Comments

Anti-Racist and Diverse Voices Guide

In the aftermath of the George Floyd murder and the growing protest movements around the world calling for racial justice and an end to systemic racism, there has been a call for resources to better educate students and other university community members at Sacred Heart on race and racism in both the historical and contemporary United States of America. Additionally, there is a real need to bring much needed attention to discipline-specific resources that focus on anti-racism and diverse voices into the academic discourse on campus. The Anti-Racism, Diversity and Inclusion: Building Your Context research guide is an evolving collection of resources that can begin the process of meeting those needs. We recently updated the research guide to include additional resources since its creation in 2020. 

In the first section of this guide, you will find a listing of resources that specifically address the concept of "anti-racism" or "being anti-racist". The following section, General, will direct you to a collection of general library resources focused on the topics of race, racism, and inclusion that are found in our nonfiction, fiction, and online resources. Further sections of this guide will focus on online media that is accessible to the general public. The final section of this guide provides links to programming and services focused on diversity and inclusion at Sacred Heart University.

White Fragility Bookcover The Nickel Boys Bookcover Freedom is a Constant Struggle Bookcover The Vanishing Half Bookscover How to be an Antiracist Bookcover

Keep in mind that this is an evolving guide to resources. Check back for future updates to content and please contact to recommend additional materials to be included.    

Visit our The Anti-Racism, Diversity and Inclusion: Building Your Context today!

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