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Anti-Racism & Social Justice: Home

Purpose

This guTwo Black men and a Black woman stand holding hands in solidarity ide was created as a response to recent events surrounding the murders of unarmed Black people by police and the protests calling for an end to institutional racism in the justice system and beyond. While not exhaustive in its resources, the guide is meant to be a starting point to learn more about social justice and activism and to find information and community. The guide will evolve to include broader social justice resources for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).

Please contact NIU Libraries to offer feedback on this developing guide.

Statements from Leadership

NIU President Lisa C. Freeman: Confronting Racism and Advancing Change

NIU Chief Diversity Officer Vernese Edghill-Walden: A Message from Chief Diversity Officer Vernese Edghill-Walden