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Boley Creates Protest Resource Guide

June 15, 2020

The Boley Law Library has created a Protest Resource Guide to provide practical and academic support for protestors within the Lewis & Clark community.

The guide was created by Meredith Kostek, a research and instruction librarian at Boley, and contains contributions from a variety of sources. The guide contains both in-depth and point-of-need materials, including:

  • legal resources;
  • bail and pro bono information for protestors;
  • websites and links on getting involved in anti-racist causes;
  • nonfiction and fiction book lists on anti-racism and living in the US as a black person;
  • media information, and
  • a safe space for students and faculty to write, tell, and discuss their lived experiences.

Resources in the guide are added and updated as circumstances change. However, people are also encouraged to reach out to the library at lawlib@lclark.edu with any suggestions and/or additions to the guide.

The largest law library in the state, the Boley Law Library provides access to a broad array of research services and a collection of electronic and print resources selected to support the legal research and instruction needs of the Lewis & Clark Law School community. Though its doors are closed during this pandemic, the law library remains very much open. Find all of its virtual services at https://library.lclark.edu/law/coronavirus.

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