Faculty, staff and students with children in K-12 can borrow books from the Krupp Library for their summer reading lists.
In honor of Pride Month, the library is sharing resources to foster empathy and promote education on LGBTQ+ topics.
These excellent pieces of scholarship on environmentalism and climate done by Bryant students were published in our undergraduate journal.
As Trans people continue to face discrimination, the Krupp library presents these resources to uplift trans people in our community and beyond.
A collection of resources and links to find credible information about COVID-19.
A collection of recently acquired ebooks that examine issues related to race and racism in our culture.
A collection of books, articles, videos, and more recommended for those interested in learning more about the movement for racial justice.
Throughout November we will take time to reflect on the cultural erasure and injustice suffered by the Indigenous Peoples of our Nation.
A lot of people are deeply hurting due to the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor.
Here are some additional cultural and historical resources in order to learn more about the Asian-Pacific American experience.