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How to Use This Guide

This guide is intended to help you research events, issues, and more from a multicultural perspective.  The resources showcased here will help you get started but also provide resources to delve more deeply into issues particularly those faced by different groups.

Start with

These encyclopedias will help you look at things from different perspectives to get the general overview of a topic and how different groups see it.

For cultural competence, diversity knowledge, and more check out

To find more specific sources, use 

If you prefer to listen or watch, TED Talks, documentaries and more can be found on

To research from a particular community's perspective check out their pages with links to more in-depth research resources:

To get an international perspective on issues, diversity, news, and more, visit 

Check out some pages on Diversity in education

Check out some special guides that address topics that impact all cultures

Check out this year's 

Need help finding something or using these resources?

April is Genocide Awareness Month, a time to remember those who lost their lives to genocide and recommit to preventing genocide in the future,

This box contains some of the library's resources on this topic. Visit this guide for more resources on genocide and other human rights issues.

The Armenian Genocide
Ghosts of Rwanda
King Leopold's Ghost
The Holocaust
Stalin's Genocides
Freedom on Fire: Human Rights Wars and America's Response
Fires of Hatred: Ethnic Cleansing in Twentieth-Century Europe
Genocide in Bosnia: The Policy of

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