Racial Justice Library News
The Racial Justice Library, located by the stairs to the Tobey Lounge, welcomes you any time. Stop by the Racial Justice Library book cart at coffee hour, or visit the full collection in the library by the balcony steps.
With Black History Month just behind us and Women’s History Month in progress, get acquainted with some notable black women:
- Fannie Lou Hamer through the biography This Little Light of Mine
- Charlayne Hunter-Gault in her memoir In My Place
- Katherine Johnson and the other pioneering women of NASA, in Hidden Figures
- Audre Lorde, especially in Zami: A New Spelling of My Name
Check out some of the provocative essays in:
- This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color
- The Truth That Never Hurts by Barbara Smith
- Killing Rage by bell hooks
Look for these titles in the Racial Justice Library cart at coffee hour.
How to check out a book