Reading for Change: Library Recommendations to Learn More About Anti-Racism

By Erikka, Reference Librarian

Literary Scholar, Dr. Rudine Sims Bishop says books are “windows, mirrors, and sliding doors,” allowing us to explore other cultures and experience new ideas.  

There are many wonderful resources available for self-education and growth, including those listed below. Feel free to put titles on hold online at pickeringtonlibrary.org or call the library at either location for more recommendations. You may also reach out by email at pplrefstaff@pickeringtonlibrary.org with any questions or book recommendation needs.   

Nonfiction Books:  

DVDs: 

Digital Resources: 

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Reading for Change: Library Recommendations to Learn More About Anti-Racism

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