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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how

Using the Library during COVID-19

Many of our services are now being offered in new ways. To find the latest information on course reserves, book returns, 24/7 online help, and more, visit our Library services and resources during COVID-19 page. The information on that page supersedes all other information on the Library website at this time.

Free Speech Movement Cafe Programs Committee

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The Free Speech Movement Cafe Programs Committee is an outcome of the Free Speech Movement Educational Programs Task Force, which also produced the Free Speech Movement Cafe Educational Programs Manual (pdf).

The UC Berkeley Library stands firmly in opposition to discrimination and systemic oppression. Social justice, equal rights, and equal treatment for all are bedrock principles for the UC Berkeley Library, as we fulfill our public mission. It is clear that we must do more to address racism in the workplace and in the campus community. Without changing the primary purpose of this group, you should carry out your charge in a way that advances the Library’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion within the context of your group work.

Membership:
The committee should include at least five library staff, two faculty, one graduate student and one undergraduate. Library staff and faculty serve two-year terms; students may serve one-year terms.

Co-Chairs:
Margaret Phillips (Social Sciences Division), Co-Chair, 2020-2021
Erica Newcome, Engineering & Physical Sciences Division, 2020-2022

Roster:
Craig Alderson (Social Sciences Division), 2020-2022
Kristina Bush (Instructional Services Division), 2019-2021
Dori Hsiao (Social Sciences Division), 2020-2022
Amber Lawrence (Communications Office), ex-officio

E-mail lists:
fsmprograms[@lists.berkeley.edu]

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