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New Ebook Collection: Understanding and Combatting Racism

The UCI Libraries stands in solidarity with the campus in its stance against anti-blackness, and as allies against racism.   To support the campus educational role and intellectual discourse on this timely topic, the Libraries offer a new ebook collection in OverDrive: Understanding and Combatting Racism. To access this collection, login with your UCInetID to read ebooks online, download titles to your device or read on your Kindle or ereader. Borrow up to five books at a time and select either 7 days or 14 days to borrow. Ebooks will be returned automatically, there is no late fee. Download the OverDrive App on your phone or tablet.

Thank you to Matt Flyntz, Research Law Librarian for Instructional Services at the UCI Law Library, for contributing to this collection.

The UCI Libraries are dedicated to purchasing a wide variety of award winning titles that relate to the topic of diversity.   Click here to explore the diversity of UCI Libraries’ collections.

There is still time to join the UCI Libraries, Office of Inclusive Excellence and the Division of Student Affairs for the UCI Great Big Read event. Join the #ActForInclusion today! This event is free and open to all UCI students, faculty and staff to explore ideas that support diverse identities, challenge our perspectives and connect us to a community of readers.

Questions or comments? Please contact Becky Imamoto, Head of Collection Strategies, at rimamoto@uci.edu.