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Black Lives Matter Resources: Home

Information and resources about the movement for Black lives against white supremacy


Hundreds of protesters hold signs and march up the Bicentennial Mall toward the Tennessee Capitol building

Librarians will continue to add resources and links to this page to help our Vanderbilt community learn about the Black Lives Matter movement and the interplays of race, class, and policing in the United States.

All books are linked to their record in the Library Catalog. If an online version is not available, submit a request and we can either purchase an ebook copy or schedule a pickup for the physical copy!

If you'd rather purchase a copy, consider supporting a Black-owned independent bookstore near you.

Web Resources

Divinity School

Vanderbilt Divinity School offers a Master's of Divinity concentration in Prison and Carceral Studies.

Learn more HERE.