A Statement by University Libraries Against Systemic Racism and Social Injustice

We know that our students, staff, faculty, and community are hurting right now. We are hurting with you and with those who have suffered and are suffering from the discrimination, bias, and brutality that are deeply woven into the fabric of our country. We mourn the lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others, including those locally, whose lives were stolen by systemic racism at work in our country.

University Libraries echoes Chancellor Gilliam in condemning racism and violence. We condemn police brutality and other forms of social and state-sanctioned racist violence, surveillance, and terror. The pervasive discrimination present in our nation against the Black community denies its residents equal rights, equal protection, and equal access; furthermore, it weakens our institutions and destroys our communities. The long-standing, generational pain and suffering of our students, staff, faculty, colleagues, and friends can no longer be ignored. We have a…

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