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Resources on Race and Anti-Racism: Home

About this list

This is the beginnings of a list of resources available in the library collection on the topics of race, politics, economics, education, and justice. We will be adding to this list over the next few weeks, particularly in light of the fact that many of our print books on these topics are not available to library users while campus is closed. Under different circumstances, we would encourage library users to browse our stacks, visit our archives and special collections, and engage with information resources in and outside of the library collection to deepen their knowledge and understanding off these issues. This list of books, movies, and other online materials is meant to help fill the gap while we wait for our library building to reopen.  

Resources in the Ebooks, Ejournals, and Streaming Media categories are available only to current faculty, staff, and students.  Resources in the Community Resources category are free for all, including alumni, community members, and guests.

We welcome your suggestions for titles to add to this list - please email Niamh McGuigan at nmcguigan@luc.edu with your requests. 

Resources on Race and Anti-Racism

These resources are only available to current Loyola faculty, staff, and students.

These resources are free for everyone, including alumni, community members, and guests.

Articles and Ebooks

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