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Race, Racism, and Intersectionality: Home

Social Work & Urban Public Health Library at Hunter College / City University of New York

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

As the Head of the Social Work & Urban Public Health Library, I condemn racial violence and systemic racism, the impact of which permeates the lives of Black Americans.   I stand in solidarity with protest against police brutality and all mechanisms of institutionalized oppression.  In keeping with my professions’ long-standing traditions as agents for social justice, I affirm my commitment to egalitarianism, anti-oppressive pedagogies, and the pursuit of knowledge for all.

Margaret Bausman, MSLIS, LCSW-R

Associate Professor and Head, Social Work & Urban Public Health Library

Hunter College Libraries

Contributors

With many thanks for their contributions to the content of this guide:

  • Prof. Colleen Henry, Co-Chair of the Social Justice Committee
  • Gricel Okazaki, Asst. Director for Field Education
  • Prof. John Pell, Public Heath Faculty Librarian
  • Prof. Adina Mulliken, Social Work Faculty Librarian

National Association of Social Workers