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Anti-Racism Resources

The Blissell Library condemns racism in all forms and encourages the use of the following resources for education and discussion.

Educate Yourself

Before engaging in discussions about racism and white privilege (or any other topic), you should take the time to educate yourself first. We are providing these resources as a place to begin; these are just a few to get you started, not a comprehensive list. This guide is broken up by format, so pick whatever format you prefer and dive in!

Short Videos on Systemic Racism, Anti-Racism and White Privilege

Recognition

This guide was based on the work of the Black Lives Matter LibGuide at Penn State Brandywine, and the work of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Multi-Racial Knowledge Community. Special thanks to Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein of NASPA and Teresa Slobuski and Annie Jansen of Penn State Brandywine.