Black Lives Matter. The SVA Library has created this guide to support information-seeking during the time of international antiracism & anti-police brutality protests following the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, MN. This is a living document, which means we will continue to edit this guide over time and as resources change. Although we will be monitoring these resources, as with all information, use your critical thinking skills to determine the relevance, accuracy, and authority of each resource. Many of the websites linked to from this guide are also living documents, and may change if their owners edit them. For more on the topic of Black Feminism, check out our Black Feminism resource guide.
It is important to think critically about the information you come across every day, and especially in times like these when information is being created, published / posted, and changed quickly as we all try to keep up with currently developing events. Here are some tips you can use for evaluating the accuracy of information:
This poster was created by the International Federation of Library Associations and is available to download from their site in over 50 different languages: