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Black Lives Matter: A Reading List

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Library Workers stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and those who march for justice as we mourn those lives that were taken.  Read, learn and advocate.  Here is a reading list to get you started.

Ive Been Meaning to Tell You Skin We Are In
When They Call You a Terrorist Between the World and Me
The Making of Black Lives Matter Policing Black Lives
We Were Eight Years in Power They Cant Kill Us All


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On this day, and every day, let’s renew our commitment to building a better province by stamping out anti-Black racism in our communities & in our systems.

Today, we celebrate Emancipation Day, which marks the legal abolition of slavery in Canada on August 1, 1834

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