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June is celebrate LGBTQ Month

June is LGBTQ month. The Middlebury Library has a dedicated LGBTQ+ Research Guide to get you started.  Want to watch a film?  Kanopy, our streaming service, has highlighted 20+ LGBTQ videos to celebrate Pride month. In addition, the Library of Congress has a resource page featuring a LGBTQ+ Studies Research Guide and many other primary source and media collections that document the history and accomplishments of individuals that identify with or are a part of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer movement. Take time this month to explore the wealth of resources available from our collections or at your fingertips online.

Staff Picks: “Algorithms of Oppression” by Safiya Umoja Noble

The theme for this year’s Staff Picks is anti-racism, and in this post, Lydia Gentry, Borrowing Service Manager, William Tell Coleman Library (MIIS), writes about “Algorithms of Oppression” by Safiya Umoja Noble.

We are reviewing items in our collections and other content that is available for free to Middlebury students, faculty and staff.