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Beyond the Stereotype: There is Belief

This guide offers Library and other resources to help support the curriculum behind the 2020/21 Beyond the Stereotype campaign.

Welcome to "Beyond the Stereotype: There is Belief" Guide

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Welcome to the Beyond the Stereotype: There is Belief Lib Guide! Please feel free to explore the various links on the left to find books, e-books, journal articles, and more information regarding different aspects of religion, belief, and non-belief. The purpose of this guide is to provide general information and resources about religion, belief, and social justice issues surrounding these topics.  This guide is by no means exhaustive and will be continuously updated.

 

Featured Events

Please join the Office of Inclusive Excellence and the University Library in the Conversations that Matter series that focus on religion and various beliefs:

The Intersectionality of Religion and Social Justice
Join us for a virtual panel discussion with religious leaders, civic leaders and faculty to discuss how/when/if religious entities should play a role in social justice issues. Are these civic matters where we should be on the side of separation of church and state, or are they issues of basic human rights that should matter to all? How do we differentiate "good" vs. "bad" religious intervention? We will be discussion these pertinent issues and more.

Registration: Virtual Webinar, February 16th, 2021 (1:00pm - 2:15pm)

 

 

 

Engagement & Inclusion Librarian

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Toni Olivas
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