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Atkins Library Campus-Wide Book Club Discussion

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Atkins Library has selected Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad, for its next book club discussion.
The Atkins Library book club focuses on diversity and cultural topics to spark conversations around  equity and inclusion as well as an awareness of human differences embedded in our society and culture. Originally part of the Atkins Library Self-Selected Group Development, this book club is open to all faculty, staff, and students, an initiative recommended by the Provost. The Atkins Library Diversity & Inclusion Committee sponsors this event, but welcomes participation from faculty, staff, and students across campus to lead book discussions and to make book recommendations.

Ryan Harris, Head of Research & Instructional Services and Denelle Eads, Employee Relations and Staff Development Librarian, will co-facilitate the discussion on Me and White Supremacy. Get free access to the book. Join Atkins Library via Google Meets for the discussion on August 26th from 2:00pm-3:30pm.