Continuing with our theme of supporting diversity at the University and in the greater community, here are several DVDs and books from the Resource Center about working toward social justice.


Freedom Summer, Mississippi 1964.  DVD F87591 2014.

Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do? DVD J984 2009.

Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy that Shaped a Nation.  DVD L3499 2013.

The March: The Story of the Greatest March in American History.  DVD M33129 2013.

New Recruits. DVD N42063 2010.

Shades of Youth: Youth Speak on Racism, Power & Privilege. DVD Sh12 2008.

Sick around America. DVD Si126 2009.

Song for Ourselves. DVD So581 2009.

Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick? DVD Un53 2008.

Vincent Who? Vincent Chin. DVD V7439 2009.



Bird, Lee E., Mary Beth Mackin, and Saundra K. Schuster, editors. The First Amendment on campus: a handbook for college and university administrators. [Washington, D.C.] : NASPA, c2006. Call # 379 F519. (Also available at the PAR Library.)

Fasenfest, David. Engaging social justice: critical studies of 21st century social transformation. Chicago, Ill.: Haymarket Books, 2011. Call # 303.372 En31.

Goodman, Diane J. Promoting diversity and social justice: educating people from privileged groups. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, Inc., 2001. Call # 303.3 G621p.

Gorski, Paul C. and Seema G. Pothini. Case studies on diversity and social justice education. Call # 370.117 G687ca. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Landreman, Lisa M. The art of effective facilitation: reflections from social justice educators. First edition. Call # 370.11 L237ar.

Preskill, Stephen and Stephen D. Brookfield. Learning as a way of leading: lessons from the struggle for social justice.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2009. Call # 371.2 B791le.

Ross, Howard J. Reinventing diversity: transforming organizational community to strengthen people, purpose, and performance. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c2011. Call # 658.30 R7335re. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Sensoy, Ozlem and Robin and DiAngelo. Is everyone really equal? : An introduction to key concepts in social justice education. New York: Teachers College Press, c 2012. (Also available at the Undergraduate Library.)

Stout, Linda. Collective visioning: how groups can work together for a just and sustainable future. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, c2011. Call # 307.1 St768co. (Also available at the LAR Library.)

Winograd, Morley and Michael D. Hais. Millennial momentum: how a new generation is remaking America. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c2011. Call # 323W7317mi.

Zuʹñiga, Ximena et al. Intergroup dialogue in higher education: meaningful learning about social justice. San Francisco, Calif.: Wiley Subscription Services at Jossey-Bass, c2007. Call # 370.115 In818.