GSB launches online version of its BAME Access & Equality Library

The BAME Access & Equality Subcommittee of Clare Hall's Graduate Student Body (GSB), which was established last year, has published an Online Library. The Library is for use by any member of Clare Hall, but is also open access for the general public. It includes various kinds of resources - fiction & non-fiction books, podcasts, films, etc - on topics related to BAME Access & Equality.

Resources include White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo and Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism by Safiya Noble.

The Library's resources are available online for free (some, however require, one to login with an account from the University of Cambridge). 

All members of Clare Hall who are currently in Cambridge can also access a wide range of physical books (featuring fiction and non-fiction books, as well as children / YA literature) from the BAME and LGBTQ+ Library, which is located near the Porters' Lodge. The instructions for signing books out can be found on the bookshelves.

Please pass on any suggestions for future resources to gsb.bame@clarehall.cam.ac.uk.

Learn more about the GSB's BAME Access & Equality Subcommittee and its physical Library via our recent blog.


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