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Racial Equity Resources: Recommend a Purchase

by Lydia Bello on 2021-05-20T09:02:48-07:00 | Comments

Are there books, ebooks, videos, or other resources that speak to racial equity, racial justice, antiracism, and social justice that you would like the library to consider adding to its collection? 

In the wake of Seattle University’s Racial Equity Summit, ongoing racial violence, and in this moment of national reckoning, the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons has launched a Racial Equity Resources: Recommend a Purchase initiative. Library Faculty and staff invite students, faculty, and staff to recommend resources that speak to racial equity, racial justice, antiracism, and social justice.

Today there are many, many opportunities to read, learn, think, talk about, and lead social transformation. Reading can help us with our own self-reflection and can also give us an effective way to begin having crucial conversations with our families, friends, co-workers, and neighbors.

We welcome purchase recommendations from all library users with a Seattle University email account and look forward to hearing from you! Your reading, study, and research needs are a vital component of the library’s ongoing collection development.

To recommend a book, ebook, video, for purchase by the Library, please use this form.


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