Featured E-Resource: Black Lives Matter research guide for systemic racism and activism

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To support research related to the Black Lives Matter movement, this Princeton University Library research guide features information about systemic racism and activism.

The guide provides links to documents on the web and library resources about the systemic racism in the United States and activism to ameliorate its effects. Resource categories include recent books by Princeton faculty members, race and antiracism, Princeton students and librarians recommend, environmental racism, science and racism, web-based resources, and reporting bias or harassment. 

Issues addressed by Black Lives Matter activists may also be found by searching the library catalog and databases for terms such as "racism,” "race relations,” "anti-racism,” and "racial justice.”

Materials related specifically to policing and incarceration may be found in this Black Lives Matter research guide.

Questions? Contact Steven Knowlton, Librarian for History and African American Studies.

Media contact: Barbara Valenza, Director, Library Communications