"We all have a responsibility to actively participate in our democracy as informed citizens, to collectively refine, demand, and enact justice. Educating ourselves further about the legacy of racial injustice in this country is a key piece of this.
The Library, your Library, is committed to enabling that learning. We will offer every tool, book, and collection we can, welcome and serve all, and encourage all to respect each other, learn together and from one another. All the accumulated knowledge we hold reminds us that we are capable, yes, of horror, but on balance, we are still capable together of imagining and achieving better."
- From a statement by Tony Marx, NYPL President
These are some resources we've encountered from reputable sources that may be useful for you. This is by no means an exhaustive list. Please feel free to contact us with other resources around this subject that you have found to be helpful!
*If we don't have a title you're looking for in Harney County Library's catalog, it's likely that it can be ordered from another library. Not sure how? Give us a call & we'll order it for you or watch this video (use Harney County Library in place of the ESD Library).