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Black Lives Matter: Anti-Racism Research Guide

The Guide is intended is to educate all who want information (mostly ebooks) about systemic racism, and most importantly how to combat and support anti-racist struggle and practice in our daily lives, work, and schools.

Introduction

The Guide is intended is to educate all who want information (mostly ebooks) about systemic racism, and most importantly how to combat and support anti-racist struggle and practice in our daily lives, work, and schools.

The guide is a work in progress as the Samuel C. Williams Library continues to build our collection to include popular and much sought after titles. 

The resources we've shared here are a selection of titles not a comprehensive list. Please use our search box on library.stevens.edu to continue your research. You can also suggest a book purchase using our request form. 

Note: All resources are accessible to current Stevens students, faculty, and staff via ezproxy login with your myStevens credentials.

*** Photo in graphic above: Silvercloud, Johnny. "Demilitarize the Police, Black Lives Matter". November 10, 2015. Online image. <https://www.flickr.com/photos/johnnysilvercloud/28476745294>

Defining antiracism

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