This guide provides members of the Rosemont community with a host of resources, both free and subscription-based, on racial justice, allyship, and anti-racist activism. Included are a number of critical, theoretical, and historical texts from prominent Black and POC scholars as well as articles and media related to current events. Many of these resources were compiled from social media posts that proliferated during the protests following the killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. Please contact us if you are having difficulty accessing any of the materials and resources linked here, or if you are aware of any further resources that you believe should be highlighted.
Featured resources are divided into three pages:
To pursue your own research, please use the links and search tools below. You may find the following key terms helpful. Remember, librarians are always standing by to assist!
Encyclopedias, handbooks, dictionaries and other reference books can be a great place to start your research. They will:
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