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Anti-Racism Resources at Davidson

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This guide is a starting point for anti-racism resources at Davidson. We have included ebooks and streaming video accessible through our library collections, works by faculty and alumni, student initiatives, links to Davidson sites with further resources, and open access resources on this topic. This is a work in progress. We will be adding to this site on a continuous basis. Questions or suggestions? Please email library@davidson.edu.

The Davidson College Library: Statement of Solidarity

We publicly oppose racism, discrimination, and oppression in all forms. We honor and respect the dignity of all persons, stand against racism, and commit ourselves to the building of a more just and humane future.

We believe information is powerful and has the ability to transform minds and lives. We strive to offer diverse collections and inclusive programming to amplify marginalized voices and promote justice and understanding.

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