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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Research libraries work to advance access to economic and social prosperity, encourage full participation in society, and counter the historical lack of access to material resources about underrepresented human groups in collections that we cultivate and steward.

We focus on recruiting into our organizations and developing individuals who identify as people of color, or are from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups.

We also ensure that our community continues to improve the representation of historically underrepresented, underserved, or marginalized groups in information resources.

Contact Mark Puente (mpuente@arl.org) with questions.

University of Manitoba Libraries Staff Build Indigenous Cultural Competency

by Camille Callison, Lyle Ford, and Christine Shaw, University of Manitoba Libraries Reconciliation calls for personal action. People need to get to know each other. They need to learn how...

ARL/SAA Mosaic Program Fellows

Below are current and former ARL/SAA Mosaic Fellows:...

Digital and Inclusive Excellence Fellows

Below are current and former Digital and Inclusive Excellence Fellows....

Kaleidoscope Program Diversity Scholars

Below are rosters of the 2019–2021 and 2018–2020 classes of Kaleidoscope Program Diversity Scholars:...