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Libraries Working Towards Social Justice: LWTSJ Home

Libraries Working Towards Social Justice

Navigating the Guide

Use the tabs above or the links here to navigate this guide. If you are having any issues or have any questions, please reach out to the Stevens librarians at SMLRefServices@northandoverma.gov.

About this Guide

Libraries Working Towards Social Justice is a series of programs with seven local libraries to present a variety programs related to social justice issues. 

These thought-provoking lectures and discussions will help Merrimack Valley residents to think about and cordially address current events and troubling issues in today’s society. Patrons are welcome to sign up for any of these programs, no matter which community you live in (or if you live in none of the communities), anyone and everyone is welcome 

Partner Libraries: Haverhill Public LibraryLawrence Public LibraryMemorial Hall Library,  Burlington Public LibraryTewksbury Public LibraryWilmington Memorial Library, and Nevins Library.

Use this guide to find physical and digital resources from the Stevens and beyond to enhance understanding these social justice issues, in particular anti-racism. You can use the navigation bar at the top or on the side. 

Events

Please check out our Watch Anytime tab to view some recorded events that have generously been made available.

Librarian

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Reference Services
Contact:
345 Main Street
North Andover, MA
01845
978-688-9505