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The Movement LibGuide: Self-Education & Self-Preservation at Hampshire  

Last Updated: Jan 5, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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      Hampshire student's gather outside of the Library for the "Hands Up, Walk Out" demonstration organized by Decolonize Media Collective on Dec. 1, 2015

This guide is meant to be a resource for students, faculty and staff engaged in anti-racist and racial justice work at Hampshire College. We hope you can use these resources for independent and collective learning, teaching, and movement support.

What you'll find here:

Histories of Movement @ HC - Documentation of past student protest and activism from the Hampshire College Archives

Solidarity Resources - Resources for folks who are beginning their work in the movement, or for teaching intro workshops in your community

Police and Prison Abolition - Resources for learning more about issues around policing in the U.S., alternatives to police, and prison abolition

For Study Groups - Study guides, syllabi, and reading recommendations

Holistic Wellness - Resources on self-care, trauma and healing, and spirituality, centering black people

CSI Librarian

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Alana Kumbier
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Harold F. Johnson Library
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Subject Guide

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Lauren Garretson

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