Library provides list of books about racism, resistance
Read on for a list of books for all ages that can help us begin (or continue) hard conversations, educate ourselves and others, and inspire us to keep up the work of antiracism.
By Kate Pritchard, MS/HS Librarian
As the Black Lives Matter protests continue in cities around the country and around the world, many students and parents are looking for ways to better understand and participate in this moment. Reading is one useful way to approach and learn more about these issues. The books on this list offer multiple perspectives on race, racism, antiracism, white privilege, white supremacy, and the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Following the news of Nashville's return to Phase 2 of the Roadmap for Reopening Nashville, Director Vince Durnan shared the following letter with K-12 families, faculty & staff. Locker cleanouts have been postponed, and campus has again closed its doors.