We have gathered together resources collected by our Africana Studies librarians, and recommended by numerous others including but not limited to members of student organizations comprising the SHU Black Caucus, members of the faculty Diversity Coalition, BIPOC librarians, educators and Africana scholars at numerous institutions across the United States and the globe.
Created by librarians at University of Denver Libraries with consultation from other prominent BIPOC academic librarians and scholars. Built around the racial identity development framework for white people by Janet Helms, which "identifies a continuum that leads to developing an anti-racist identity."
"Seton Hall University is home to nearly 200 student organizations, Centers, and Institutes that reflect the vibrancy of our campus culture and community. Here you will find a brief list of organizations that promote diversity and help students gain a greater sense of identity, support, and feelings of inclusion."
The Center for African American Studies at Seton Hall University was founded as the Black Studies Center in 1970, and is now the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures in the College of Arts and Sciences. The Center for African American Studies of Seton Hall University records contains materials documenting the operation of the Center from 1970 until the late 1980s.