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Examining Structural Racism in the U.S.: Home

This resource is meant to guide students to Sawyer Library's resources about systematic racism in the United States, and connect students and faculty with other community members on campus

The Purpose of this Research Guide

This research guide intends to examine structural racism in the United States of America and connect Suffolk community members with resources and information from the Sawyer Library on this issue. This guide is meant to provide a platform where people can educate themselves, ask questions, and begin discussions with fellow community members.

This guide is still evolving and aims to be as inclusive as possible, so if you have a suggestion, edit, or a resource you think should be added to the guide, please email Sawyer Library at

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