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Addlestone Library is open to the College of Charleston community and affiliates via card access. Visitors may access Addlestone Library Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, and must present a government issued ID and sign in upon entry.
The purpose of this guide is to introduce College of Charleston students and members of the extended Tri-County community to race and social justice resources and research.
Welcome to the College of Charleston's Library's subject guide for Race and Social Justice Research
Introduction to Race and Social Justice Research
Berklee Black Lives Matter Guide
The Berklee Black Lives Matter guide includes resources to learn, find support, and ways to become an advocate for change. We've linked to the eBooks from our catalog. If you would like to purchase your own copies, we encourage you to do so from a Black-owned book seller.
Prairie State College Anti-Racism and #BlackLivesMatter Guide
The purpose of the Prairie State College Black Lives Matter research guide is to highlight some resources that provide information on this movement. Remember that at any time during your research, feel free to Ask a Librarian should you have any questions or need assistance.
Simmons University Anti-Oppression Research Guide
The Simmons University Anti-Oppression guide is intended to provide some general information about anti-oppression, diversity, and inclusion as well as information and resources for the social justice issues key to the Simmons University community. This guide is by no means exhaustive, but rather serves as a starting place for finding information from a variety of sources. It will continue to develop in response to evolving anti-oppression issues and community needs.
Long Beach City College Understanding Black Lives Matter
The Long Beach City College Black Lives Matter resource guide was designed as a starting point to spark necessary conversation, exploration and dissection of systemic racism, inequity, injustice, oppression, and discrimination. The resource guide is not meant to be comprehensive, rather a dynamic collection of literary material. It includes lists of books, ebooks, article databases, streaming videos and accessible online resources.
College of Charleston Resources for Teaching Race, Equity and Inclusion
This guide consists of eBooks available from the College of Charleston Libraries, how to access them and add them to your courses.
Search for and evaluate books, articles, and media to help with your assignments.
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