RE-FUND The UC Berkeley LIBRARIES
Clearcutting is an apt metaphor for the devastation caused by serials cuts. Photo: roya ann miller, unsplash.com
UCB Librarians Resolution on the Importance of Diversity in Collections
The New York Times (5/2/23) Photo: Marlena Sloss
Join us today 4/27 at noon at the Anthro Library to resist library closures! (@savetheucbanthrolibrary)
Proud defenders of one of only three Anthropology libraries in the U.S. (@savetheucbanthrolibrary)
Maribel Martinez questioned how the students felt the value of their anthropology degree would lessen if they lost the library. SF Chronicle
Interview with UCB Anthropology graduate students on Ralph Nader Radio Hour (March 10, 2023).
Photo of student studying in Anthropology Library: Chloe Dowling (Daily Cal, March 9, 2023))
March 8: The ASUC passed a resolution in favor of keeping the Anthro Library open, hiring a full-time librarian, and expanding hours.
Sign the petition to save the UCB Anthropology Library on Change.org!
Testimonies needed to save the Anthropology Libray. Visit: https://anthropology.berkeley.edu/save-anthropology-library
On 10/19/22, Berkeley Academic Senate unanimously passed a resolution to re-fund the Library.
Re-fund UC Berkeley Libraries (saveucblibraries.org)
DailyCal Op-Ed from Berkeley Faculty Association: “Save our library, reinvest in our collective future” (October 26, 2022)