anti-Black racism bookshelfThe anti-Black racism bookshelf in the Leddy Library holds volumes to promote understanding and dialogue.

Book collection to facilitate conversations about anti-Black racism

What is anti-Black racism? How does it affect people’s lives? How does racism become institutionalized? What is the historical context? How does systemic racism get entrenched? How are people working to make a change? How can you get involved?

As a way to facilitate discussions of these questions, the Leddy Library has created a collection of books related to anti-Black racism that can be browsed and borrowed. From personal narratives to scholarly treatises, from sociological studies to creative works, the anti-Black racism bookshelf has something for everyone interested in engaging in these vital conversations.

Check it out on the library’s first floor.

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