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Activism: Start

Overview

The 2017 Gustavus Building Bridges conference explores the topic of activism. In honor of the conference, titled "Uprooting Injustice: Fostering the Growth of Grassroots Movements," we've put together a guide to help you explore the topic further. Here, you'll find scholarly resources about grassroots movements as well as examples of recent expressions of activism.

All of the books on this page can be found in our library. This is just a small selection of the books we have available on these topics. Be sure to search the library catalog and talk to a librarian for more recommendations.

Books about Racial Justice

Books about Women's Rights

Books about Grassroots Organization and Theory

Books about Indigenous Rights

Books about LGBTQ Rights

Librarian

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I love meeting with students and faculty to talk about your research, including any issues you have - or even if you just want to brainstorm. There are lots of ways to reach me. Email me with questions or use the old fashioned phone number below to contact me. Or stop by during my reference/office hours: Wednesdays from 2:30 - 4:30 and Thursdays from 1:00 - 2:30. I'll either be in my office (Library 108B on the lower level) or the reference desk on the main floor.
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