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Black Lives Matter

Resources and Action!

Guide Overview

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Welcome to the Woodruff Library's Black Lives Matter LibGuide! This guide contains recommended anti-racism resources for members of the Emory community and is intended to be a starting point for those who wish to learn more and take action. Do you have resources to recommend?  Feel free to contact us and let us know! You can also add your suggestions here.

Thanks to all  in the Emory Libraries Community who contributed resources for this Guide. 

Here are some quick links to help you navigate this guide.

YouTube & Ted Talks - Crowd sourced list of recommended short videos. Organized into three categories: African American History, Critical Race Theory, and Disrupting the Narrative.

Podcasts Crowd sourced list of recommended podcasts on race and intersectionaliity.

Books & ArticlesGuide to finding popular books on anti-racism and a list of recommended reading lists. 

Documentaries & Movies

Syllabi and Reading Lists

 

Guide Creators

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Jina DuVernay, Collection Development Archivist for African American Collections, Rose Library
 
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Melissa Hackman, Librarian for Sociology & Development Studies
 
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Erica Bruchko, Librarian for African American Studies & U.S. History