Library Resources Exploring Social Justice and Race Relations

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s mission is to improve lives and build a stronger community. Our staff provides resources, space, information and materials to everyone in our community. Everyone is welcome in our libraries.

In late spring 2020, people across the city, state, nation and world gather in large and small groups to protest the murder of George Floyd and the ongoing problem of systemic racism and injustice. The Library is committed to providing resources to facilitate conversations and encourage all voices to be heard. Here is a brief listing of the materials that explore social injustice and race relations:

There are many more. Explore the full catalog here, searchable by subject or keyword.

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