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Antiracist Resources

This guide features resources from the Pace library collectioins, as well as other libraries, organizations and cultural institutions, to help individuals who wish to educate themselves on the history and impact of racism in America and how to be more ant

Library Professional Organizations

ACRL 2020 President's Program

A recording of the June 10th ACRL Together Wherever presentation: 2020 President’s Program -

Shifting the Center: Transforming Academic Libraries through Generous Accountability.

Inspired by the work of critical scholars, artists and activists within and outside libraries, the 2020 President’s Program, "Shifting the Center: Transforming Academic Libraries through Generous Accountability," asks participants to imagine a world where holding ourselves truly accountable for systemic inequity in our profession and institutions is a welcome opportunity for growth. We understand that the inequitable systems governing our institutions are not broken, but are functioning as they were designed to do. In light of today's global pandemic, we find these inequities even more severe for many in our communities. To rebuild these institutions, we must pay close attention to the voices and needs of people experiencing inequity, and enact change according to what we hear. Hosted by ACRL President Karen Munro and featuring keynote speaker McKensie Mack, anti-oppression consultant, researcher, facilitator, founder of #BoundaryWork, and former executive director at Art+Feminism, the session will explore how doing this work—holding ourselves, each other, and our institutions meaningfully accountable for inequity—can be an opportunity for generosity, humor, and care.