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Racial Justice Resources: Keeping Current

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UW Libraries stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement. This guide is a starting point for students and faculty seeking to better understand issues related to racial justice and racism in America. It is a work in progress, additional resources will be added. Please send your suggestions to us.


This guide is the work of many UW librarians. Specific credits are listed on each page. The original impetus for this project comes from two MLIS students, Bethany Barelman and Chelsea Riddle, and their work on Racial Justice Reads. The banner for the page was created by Chelsea Riddle. This page curated by Theresa Mudrock.

Image: July 2020 photo of artwork in Seattle CHOP by Jake Schumacher on Unsplash.

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