Thinking about social justice? Need sources for your article?
Check out NYIT Librarian Diana Moronta's awesome Anti-Oppression LibGuide for great resources about social issues.
This guide features resources on the following subjects: anti-racism, anti-Islamaphobia, LGTBQ communities, anti-ableism, feminism, and resources for undocumented and DACA students.
There are tons of free and reliable sources to be found through public library systems. Make sure you get your public library card before beginning research!
As a student in New York City, you have access to NYPL's resources. Becoming a member of NYPL is easy. If the NYIT Library does not have a book you need, try searching the NYPL catalog. Borrowers can place a hold on NYPL books and have the book sent to the closest NYPL library.
Access information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from your desktop by logging on to NOVELny—the New York Online Virtual Electronic Library. A wide variety of resources − books, magazines, newspapers, research and reference sources and more are available to New York State residents with NO FEES 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.