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Exploring Race in Society

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Designed for high school and undergraduate students, this resource provides context and points of view within a scholarly collection of proprietary and licensed content on topics related to race, ethnicity, diversity and inclusiveness. Proprietary essays are written by a diverse group of writers representing the fields of academia, journalism, medicine, and other disciplines working to address issues related to race. These essays, which are reviewed by third-party subject-matter experts, provide today’s students with a deeper understanding of how current issues stem from actions and policies of the past. You will also find valuable related content from scholarly academic journals, government agencies and nonprofit organizations that are conducting research, creating educational materials, and/or providing programs related to solving issues.

Access to the content of this material is through the regular EBSCOhost interface, allowing basic keyword searching and advanced searching of multiple fields (such as author, title, subject, source, etc.) combined with Boolean operators, with limits such as publication type, published date, document type, whether it has illustrations, and publication title.

Laurier Library has provided access to this free resource since August 2023.

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Collection of essays, articles and reports to support dialogue on issues surrounding systemic racism.

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Page Owner: Matt Thomas

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Last Updated: April 26, 2024 1:31pm