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Let's Talk About Race at The Library

Jessica Anne Bratt
May 16, 2019 - 5:00

Libraries play a vital role in our society. As institutions of learning, the library collects, preserves, and shares knowledge. Libraries are also spaces of power and privilege that, throughout history, have hurt and oppressed Black lives. The Tougaloo Nine protested the segregation in Jackson, Mississippi and chose the whites-only public library for a read-in in 1961; Pearl Townsend resigned herself to suffering such indignities quietly and

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One Reply to “Let's Talk About Race at The Library”

  1. Waiting for a conversation to begin? Sent my response yesterday concerning the connecting tissue for reparations as it concerns the Black Woman’s human rights and civil rights and her right to choose.

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