Anti-Racism Book Display in Tutt Library

In engagement with the anti-racism external review and The Butler Center's "10 Ways CC Can Work on Becoming an Anti-racist Institution," Tutt Library has created a display of resources that address this vital topic. Our hope is that this display will make access to these resources more readily visible and available for the campus community, providing the opportunity to "read and engage on topics of racism, white supremacy, and oppression for their own learning (and un-learning)." Stop by and check out materials from the display on the 1st floor of Tutt Library across from the Circulation Desk.

In addition, the library has also created a Lib Guide online as a space for these (& other) resources to remain accessible & to grow. Go to:

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