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Black Lives Matter: Antiracism Resources: EDUCATE

A collection of resources to help individuals understand anti-Black racism and begin antiracist work.

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Black Studies Department

The interdisciplinary Black Studies Program is designed to investigate the black experience in Africa, North America, the Caribbean, Latin America, and in other parts of the African diaspora. The program draws on the expertise of faculty members in all four academic divisions of the college: humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and the fine arts. It is consistent with the liberal arts philosophy of exploring issues fundamental to the development of a broadly educated person and the creation of a humane spirit. 

To view a list of Black Studies courses that Denison offers, click here.

See our Black Studies LibGuide for scholarly sources.

Denison Forward: A Forward-Thinking Diversity Strategy 

Denison must reaffirm the notion that an antiracist, diverse living, learning, and working community is essential to its educational mission. We have both an opportunity and an obligation to address long-standing issues on our campus.

SOCIAL MEDIA: SOME ACCOUNTS TO FOLLOW

BLACK-OWNED AND ORIENTED NEWS SOURCES

NON-FICTION BOOKS

Book lists function as highlights. If you know of a book that you believe to be essential reading that is not on this list, please contact Kristen at pantlek@denison.edu.

FICTION BOOKS

Denison Libraries, 100 W College, Granville, Ohio 43023
Phone: 740-587-6235, email: reference@denison.edu
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