Mercer Library Resources

Microaggression/Microintervention Toolkit


E-Books on Diversity, Inclusion, Access and Equity

Books Available in Print Only

  • Race on Campus:  Debunking myths with data
    Park, Julie J.
  • So you want to Talk about Race
    Oluo, Ijeoma
  • Whistling Vivaldi:  How Stereotypes affect us and what we can do
    Steele, Claude M.
  • An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States
    Dunbar-Ortiz, Roxanne
  • Life Upon These Shores:  Looking at African history 1513-2008
    E 185 G27 2001 – Tarver Library
  • Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome
    Degruy, Joy
  • The Color of Law:  A forgotten history of how our government segregated America
    Rothstein, Richard

Additional Resources

  • Creating Inclusive Classrooms
    A QEP-sponsored, five-episode podcast series designed and developed by Dr. Vicki Luther and Dr. Laura Simon and hosted and edited by Hannah Vann Nabi.
  • Rainbow Connection Training Course (Learn More)
  • “Let’s Start the Conversation” Resources
    In June of 2020 Mercer’s Department of Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) and Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) began a forum to discuss racial trauma and social unrest due to a series of impactful events. A list of resources was developed for staff, faculty, and students as an outcome of these forum discussions.