The Library’s Book Display – Anti Racism and Racism

Richard Kearney, the Library's Reference Assistant is to thank for this display!

In commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and National Day of Racial Healing, both taking place in January, the library has announced their library book display theme is Anti-Racism and Racism. Bryan Miyagishima, a reference and instruction librarian invites you, “… to engage with the current wave of thinkers regarding race, racism, and racial equity by checking out this selection of the books available to you.” There are many books which you can check out by either placing a hold online and/or coming onto the campus and checking them out! To view the large selection of books available for your reading pleasure, check out the library’s guide:

Remember too that the LBCC Reads contest is still up and running. Pick a book from the library’s monthly reading list, fill out an online form, and get entered in a raffle to win sweet prizes! Take a look at the library’s website for the reading lists and the form to enter: 

Happy reading!