LibGuides of Social Justice Issues

Social Justice Resources 

This is a collective effort to provide resources from, Information Professionals inn various area of Social Justice, so add to this by contacting DICE co-conveners on the SLA member Connect site.  This resource is a product of labour by many folks, we thank them for their effort and we have attempted to cite or list creators of these resources.  These resources lead you to works that are created by even more folks that have added to our understanding of these issues and the actions behind them.

Please use and add to these bibliographies, resource kits, LibGuides, directories, and more; all focused on LIS and social justice!


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LibGuides (and other guides) of Social Justice Issues
These guides have been created by folks in LIS for all to use.


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Anti-Oppression LibGuide
This guide is intended to provide some general information about anti-oppression, diversity, and inclusion as well as information and resources for the social justice issues key to the Simmons University community.

Anti-Oppression LibGuides
This guide attempts to provide general information and a starting point to learn about anti-oppression, inclusion, and privilege, as well as provide knowledge and resources to key social justice issues. The New York Institute of Technology community is welcome to suggest resources.
Includes: Anti-Oppression resources, Anti-racist resources, Anti-Islamophobia, LGBTQIA resources, Anti-ableism resources, Feminist resources, and more.

Anti-Racism Resources for all ages
Created by Dr. Nicole A. Cooke this resource includes LibGuides, articles, books+ more.

Anti-racist Resources
A guide to anti-racist resources at University of Denver Libraries and beyond.

Antiracism Resources
Created by Malikah Hall, Lisa Goodman, Cynthia Burress, Kristen Rowlett, & Jamie Madison of Texas A&M University, Dee J. Kelly Law Library.
This guide will help users learn more about antiracism and how to become antiracism allies and accomplices.  It also includes support and self-care resources for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).

#BlackLivesMatter
This guide is intended to provide general sources and research information about the Black Lives Matter movement and social justice issues to the California State University San Marcos Community. This guide is by no means exhaustive and will be continuously updated and added to.

Black Lives Matter: Policing and Incarceration
Created by Princeton University Library

Black Lives Matter
This guide offers a sample of the resources available at Arizona State University Library and is intended for research as well as personal education.

Black Lives Matter 2020 guide
Created by Capital City Public Charter School 

Black Lives Matter Resources
This guide provides information resources related to the Black Lives Matter movement and the events leading up to this movement.  Created by Duquesne University.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice (DEIJ) Resources: DEIJ at Moritz College of Law
This guide gathers materials and resources on the topic of DEIJ in law schools. The guide is meant to serve as a resource for faculty, adjuncts, students, staff, and librarians.   Created by Ohio State University - Moritz Law Library.

Law Enforcement and Racial Justice
Created by Vicente Garces for the University of Minnesota Law School.

Metadata Justice: At the Intersection of Social Justice and Cataloging
by Hallie Clawson on March 25th, 2019 on ACRL website

Racial justice and anti-racism resources
Created by MIT Libraries.

Racial Justice Libguide  
Created by Karen Wallace, Drake University Law Library

Racial Justice Resources
Arizona State University - Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, provides this guide to resources provided by the Law Library, as well as external information, to support our community in considering racial justice and reconciliation.