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This LibGuide is intended to provide resources to understand and research the structural inequities and systemic racism that have impacted BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color)

Our primary intended audience is the UGA students, faculty and staff who require research assistance. However, we also wanted to provide support for individual development and exploration, both for BIPOC readers, and for those who wish to be allies.

Some parts of this guide may be useful to any audience, especially ideas on developing research strategy..



Thanks to the many other libraries who have made anti-racism resource guides. We can't list every single guide we looked at, but special thanks to librarians at Cornell, Duke, Simmons, and Texas A & M. You inspired us and we worked to create something specific to the University of Georgia.

Thanks to the Research & Instruction unit, and the UGA Libraries Committee on Diversity and Inclusion.