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Anti-Racist Resources

Information for anti-racist learning and practice.

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As members of the academy and the library community, Gonzaga's librarian faculty have work to do. We must critically examine whiteness and systemic oppression in our (library) profession. Historically, these types of cultural heritage institutions reproduced dominant paradigms of knowledge and power. Our values of inclusion, empowerment, connection, learning, and inspiration guide our way in dismantling and collaboratively rebuilding these structures.

Employees of Foley Center Library reaffirm our commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence, and will continue to work with our campus community to achieve freedom, equality, and a just society. This guide is, and always will be, a work in progress. We will continue to add resources as we can with the knowledge that the practice of becoming anti-racist is ongoing.

 

We welcome feedback and suggestions for this guide, especially from Black, Indigenous, and non-Black People of Color (BIPOC) , members of the GU community who identify as GLBTQ+, and those who are interested in various faith expressions.

For help with resources specific to your discipline, please contact your Subject Librarian.

For general feedback or questions regarding this guide, email Kelly O'Brien Jenks.

To suggest an item for purchase, email Paul Bracke

For questions regarding Special Collections and Archives, email Stephanie Plowman or David Kingma.

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