The Library accomplishes this by:
Read more about the values and mission of the TCC's Library and Learning Innovation division using the link below.
"The EDI office partners with students, employees, and community members to confront institutional oppression and develop innovative anti-racist practice in order to create an inclusive and welcoming space for all."
Find more information and resources on the OEDI website linked below.
Aside from the resources listed on this guide, there is an amazing collection of OER resources in support of EDI development on campus. See the linked guide below.
The following excerpt is from the TCC website, linked below:
The Board of Trustees of Tacoma Community College reaffirms our commitment to eliminating systemic racism, and to standing with Black students, faculty, staff, and the Black community. Specifically, we commit to the following actions:
Use the link below to view TCC's statement of support.
More information about some of the library's related sources can be found in the guides linked below, and of course, there is tab in this faculty guide dedicated to addressing and eliminating racism in this college setting and in our world.
Consider the linked page below to learn more about the ways that TCC is dedicated to ending discrimination and anti-Asian hate.
More information on anti-racism and anti-hate can be found in those related tabs in this guide. However, in light of the recent acts of hate towards the APPI population, the library has created a guide of resources and information to help.
Linked below you will find TCC's statement of support for LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff. The guide linked below will also provide resources for an array of needs such as the following:
You will find additional information to support the LGBTQ+ population, namely within the higher education environment within the tabs of this guide. However, the guide linked below has been created by TCC librarians to help support the LGBTQ+ population and allies. There you will find a list of resources both online, and in TCC's electronic and print collections. Suggestions for local resources or items to be added to the library's collection are always welcomed!
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