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Culture Corner Research Guides: A Conversation About Race - Fall 2019

The Culture Corner is a project of the UT Libraries’ Diversity Committee. Located on the second floor of Hodges Library in the Dixie Marie Wooten Commons West, the Corner's goal is to explore issues using the Libraries' research collections.

Culture Corner Theme: A Conversation About Race - Fall 2019

The Fall 2019 theme of the Culture Corner was "A Conversation About Race." The inspiration for this theme comes from the UT Libraries' organizational read taking place 2019-2020. Many library staff and faculty read White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo, and participated in discussions around the concepts presented in the book. Join us in exploring issues around race and having discussions about how these topics impact our campus, our society, and our lives.

Books on Display: A Conversation About Race

E-Books and Other Resources: A Conversation About Race


Some of the print books on the display also have electronic copies linked from the catalog record. Books available in electronic format only, or in separate electronic editions, are listed below.

DVD Documentaries

Streaming Videos from the Libraries' Collection