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University of Portland Clark Library

ReadUP 2021: How to Be an Antiracist: Anti-Racism Library Resources


This page is intended to provide some general information about combatting racism. It 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 issues and community needs. You can find a longer list of resources on our associated spreadsheet, and through the UP Library Search catalog. If you would like to suggest additional resources or provide feedback, please contact Reference/Instruction Librarian Heidi Senior.


Want to look at the print books below? You can. See our Summer 2021 guide for details.

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