A list of Social Justice organizations includes links to the National Civil Rights Museum, Civil Rights Documentation Project, NAACP, Human Rights Watch, and many more.
A Resource Guide to Help Those Working to Make the World More Equitable: A compilation of books, materials, and resources that support the needs of students and faculty interested in doing the work to eliminate systemic racism and oppression.
The Faculty and Staff of the Charles Evans Inniss Memorial Library at Medgar Evers College are committed to recognizing and addressing all forms of racism and ethnic oppression.
We stand united in the pursuit to end racial and ethnic bias and to empower our students towards this collective goal through research and dialogue.
We share the feelings of those who have experienced racial injustice and stand in solidarity with protests against police brutality and systemic racism.
WE STAND COMMITTED:
1. To affirm explicitly and in united solidarity that we reject all forms of racism.
2. To assure that our anti-racism commitment be reflected through our policies, programs, and practices.
3. To develop and implement strategies and best practices that dismantle racism and ethnic oppression within all aspects of our library, college, university, community, and society.
Statement Condemning Increased Violence and Racism Towards Black Americans and People of Color, Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA)
Letter of Support and Solidarity, Library Association of CUNY (LACUNY)
Statement of Solidarity and Support, CUNY Council of Chief Librarians and Office of Library Services (CCL)