Watson Library has a variety of books and eBooks on diversity and inclusion. The books listed below are a sampling of what we have available in the library - to find more, check our library catalog, or contact us for help!
An additional collection of diversity, equity, and inclusion ebooks is available from ProQuest Ebook Central.
Credo Reference is our scholarly alternative to Wikipedia. It allows you to search hundreds of reference books on a wide variety of subjects. Use this search box to brows our African American Studies Collection, and related titles including:
Understanding and Navigating Discrimination in America is a resource guide to help people identify and understand challenging conversations about race and discrimination.
Omnigraphics, Inc. 2021
This handbook examines policy and practice from around the world with respect to broadly conceived notions of inclusion and diversity within education.
Sage UK 2019
The Wilmington College Student Diversity Council is made up of voluntary student representatives from the different affinity groups on campus. We work together to identify student concerns (specifically, concerns related to underrepresented and marginalized groups on campus) and to develop solutions to those issues. We believe that we should utilize our commonality as WC students to work toward a campus environment where EVERYONE can thrive.
This program is designed to make an underrepresented student’s transition to college a successful one. This program matches incoming students with returning student leaders who have received training to serve as mentors. “Connections” is the operative term for this program as our mission is to connect with the incoming student and assist them to connect with the WC campus and resources. Many of our current student leaders are products of this program.
If you have questions, you can contact:
Chip Murdock, Sr. Director, Diversity and Inclusion & Service and Civic Engagement