How Can You Help?
Report any issues and concerns you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org. Gleeson Library will use all reports of harmful language to better understand and address the issue. Although we might not make desired changes, we will direct all comments for careful review and, where appropriate and possible, further action. We would also like to hear about any related projects you are working on and resources you think might be helpful.
Join us in advocating for change:
- The Change the Subject documentary from Dartmouth University shows student advocacy in action.
- Find and suggest alternate headings at the Cataloging Lab
- Monitor and submit proposals at the Library of Congress
Learn more from USF and Gleeson resources:
- Gleeson Library, Anti-Racism Resources
- Gleeson Library, GoUSF Racial Equity Series Further Readings
- Gleeson Library, White Privilege Resource Guide
- Reparative and Inclusive Description Working Group, Learning and Reference Resources
- USF Office of Antiracism, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Anti-Racist Resources for the USF Community
Approved September 8, 2022; published September 27, 2022