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2022 Summer Reading List: Racial Equity & Justice

by Lydia Bello on 2022-07-13T15:07:02-07:00 | Comments

Every year the Office of Diversity and Inclusion curates a list of books to support our community’s ongoing efforts to affirm, ally for solidarity, and act in the pursuit of racial equity and justice – making SU a thriving place for all. You can find the books on this list in the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons 2022 Summer Reading List Guide.
 
As the Office of Diversity and Inclusion cautions, “reading alone is insufficient to realize our shared vision for an inclusive and equitable university. Yet, without widening perspectives progress remains elusive.” The ODI invites you to share your ideas and other resources at inclusion@seattleu.edu.


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