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Antiracist Reading List

Welcome

Resources on Race, Racism and Antiracism

In response to the 2020 summer black lives matter/police brutality protests University of South Florida Libraries wishes to present resources for people wishing to learn more about race, racism and antiracism. The Libraries are committed to fostering diversity and inclusion in order to provide access and opportunity for all of our users. 

Our resources are based on the suggestions of antiracist scholars like Dr. Ibram X. Kendi whose full recommendations can be found here:

This page will point you to resources from these list as well as other antiracists books in our collections. It is by no means comprehensive but a serves as a starting point.

Some e-books have limited users, if you have trouble accessing a resource try again in a few minutes. If you continue to have trouble please contact a librarian 

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Accessing Books

 E-Books

Some e-books have limited users, if you have trouble accessing a resource try again in a few minutes. If you continue to have trouble please contact a librarian 

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Print Books

Print books can be ordered for mail delivery at this time. If the book is on your home campus chose the request form, if it's not on your home campus choose the Interlibrary Loan Form.

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At this time we are not processing interlibrary loan request from outside the University of South Florida.