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Anti-Racism Resource Guide: Home
Wright State University has an unwavering commitment to diversity and inclusion. In support of President Edwards' encouragement to "take advantage of campus resources to find compassion, support, and understanding," and in response to student requests for reading lists and suggestions, the University Libraries staff have prepared this guide with some of the resources that can promote understanding through research and reflection. We welcome suggestions and comments from the Wright State community. Comments and suggestions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
While the Wright State campus including the University Libraries remains closed, print books can be requested and picked up during contact-free pick-up times at Dunbar Library. More information about requesting items from the catalog is available here. Films and eBooks on this page can be accessed 24/7 off-campus by current Wright State students, faculty, and staff.
Support services for all employees, regardless of benefit eligibility. EAP services are provided at no cost to employees, and include 24/7 telephone access to licensed and experienced counselors, as well as work/life balance services. Call 800-227-6007 or visit the Impact Solutions website at myimpactsolution.com. Use member username: wsufsap.
For more information about Kanopy and the films currently available to the WSU community, please visit https://guides.libraries.wright.edu/kanopy
The following links are to subject searches in the Wright State University Libraries catalog. Where noted, the results are limited to e-Books to promote accessibility during the campus closure. Otherwise, the searches will return a wide variety of formats.
Join the Wright State University Friends of the Libraries, Alumni Association, and the Retirees Association for a special book discussion on An American Marriage, by Tayari Jones. Facilitated by Dr. Sharon Lynette Jones and Dr. Sarah Twill.
July 21, 2020 5:30 pm
Join public libraries, YWCA Dayton, the Dayton Daily News, Dayton International Peace Museum, and other voices in the community to discuss this book and the topics it addresses. Panel discussion will be held July 8, 5-6 pm.
HeinOnline Academic is a full-text research collection offering U.S. federal publications such as the U.S. Code, Federal Register, treaties and agreements, U.S. and state appellate court opinions, federal legislative histories, presidential documents; a collection of legal classics; and constitutions of the world
The following books are not available at Dunbar Library, but are available in several public libraries. While SearchOhio delivery is temporarily suspended due to library closures, we have included the link to the SearchOhio record so you can check to see whether your local library has a copy.