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Boston Public Library: Race, Social Justice & Civil Rights

by Deeth Ellis on 2020-06-05T13:42:00-04:00 | Comments

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Boston Public Library has created a guide on Race, Social Justice & Civil Rights. BPL librarians writes: 

"Our hope is that students, educators, parents, activists, allies, librarians, library staff, and everyone in between may find this guide useful as they engage with and challenge issues of race, racism, police violence, privilege, social justice, and civil rights."

Included are resources to learn about history, find a book to read , a podcast to listen to, or delve into many digital collections: newspapers, maps and primary source material from Boston and around the country. Select from African American Sheet Music, the HBCU Digital Library, Chinese Immigration in the United States, the Native American Digitization Project, or dive into an entire page devoted to Social Justice resources, including local Boston organizations.

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