Anti-Racism in Libraries and Archives
Resources related to anti-racism research, activities, policy, and activism in American libraries, archives, and special collections. This includes public, academic, school, government, and corporate libraries and archives.
Archives Have the Power to Boost Marginalized Voices | Dominique Luster | TEDxPittsburgh (Videos)
Archivists have an important job — a job that has the ability to save or erase an individual's history or even the history of an entire people. Dominique Luster works to build a historical view that includes marginalized voices and conscious…
The Anti-racism Digital Library is pleased to stand in solidarity with Ukraine and for freedom of information (against the disinformation and fake news campaigns that have been waged since 2014 at least) by pointing to this trusted resource. The…
Archives for Black Lives in Philadelphia: Anti-Racist Description Resources.
Anti-Racist Description Resources is a 36-pages guide created by Archives for Black Lives in Philadelphia’s Anti-Racist Description Working Group. It identifies the many ways that archivists can begin addressing racist and oppressive description in…