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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Resource Guide

Explore library resources related to anti-black violence, police brutality, activism, Black Lives Matter, artists' responses, health inequity and the intersection with BLM, mass incarceration, and the current protests.

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WVU Community COVID-19 Stories

We invite WVU students, faculty, and staff to submit personal accounts of their lives during the coronavirus outbreak of 2019/2020 to the archive.

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Overdrive Anti-Racism Collection

Engage with anti-racist ideas in Overdrive book collection.

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Undefeated: Canvassing the Politics of Voter Suppression Since Women's Suffrage

Undefeated Virtual Launch

Join us for Art in the Libraries' launch of Undefeated: Canvas(s)ing the Politics Around Voter Suppression Since Women's Suffrage, an online exhibit, on August 7th.

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Downtown Campus Library Closed until August 10
Eliza's Coffee Shop Closed until further notice
Poster Printing Closed until further notice
Testing Closed until further notice
Tutoring Closed until further notice
Evansdale Library Closed until August 10
Da Vinci's Closed until further notice
Poster Printing Closed until further notice
George R. Farmer Jr. Law Library Closed until further notice
Health Sciences Library Closed until August 3
Health Sciences Library (Charleston) Closed until further notice
Potomac State College Library Closed until August 10
Institute of Technology, Beckley Campus Closed until August 3
West Virginia & Regional History Center Closed until August 10

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The Voting Rights Act Turns 55

A look at the passage of the Voting Rights Act in 1965

Learning to Read a Book: An Account of a Rare Book Room Assistantship

A long-time Rare Book Room assistant reflects on her many projects.

Dr. Emory Kemp: The Book Collector

Dr. Emory Kemp, in addition to being an engineer, was an avid book collector.


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