The Anti-Racism Task Force is a subgroup of Stony Brook University Libraries’ Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Committee. Its primary focus is on social justice issues, particularly with a lens on anti-black racism. This group seeks to provide a hub of resources relating to oppression and systemic racism. It will work to strengthen the inclusivity of the Stony Brook University Libraries’ collections through both external resources and locally created digital archival collections, along with increased awareness of such collections through online tools and events programming.
The members of the Anti-Racism Task Force are:
Chris Filstrup, Victoria Pilato, Catrina Reed and Mona Ramonetti (Chair)
Latest posts by Mona Ramonetti (see all)
- Stony Brook University Libraries celebrate Open Access Week: October 25th-29th, 2021 - October 21, 2021
- Stony Brook University Libraries and SBU School Of Professional Development launch the publication of the Open Access Journal: The New York Journal of Student Affairs. - October 13, 2021
- Registration is open for Stony Brook University Libraries’ 6th Annual Open Access Symposium. - September 29, 2021