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This website offers a variety of resources on the topic of racial and social (in)justice, to help educate and better inform our college community and beyond on these issues. The resources in this guide include books, essays, podcasts, films and documentaries, curricular and syllabus recommendations, and lastly, suggestions on how one can be an Agent of Change.
This is a collection of links to Open Education Resources that you may find useful, either for your teaching or for your studies. Definition of OER: "Open educational resources (OER) are free and openly licensed educational materials that can be used for teaching, learning, research, and other purposes." --Creative Commons
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