The library has many resources re racism or race, broadly referred to as "social justice".
Start by navigating to the Library Research guide (see the link below)
- Start with books (there are ebooks available as well), and the encyclopedic databases Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL) or Encyclopedia Britannica and gather some keywords and issues to focus on.
- Next, move into SIRS, Opposing Viewpoints or CQ Researcher, and look for evidentiary newspapers and substantive magazines/periodicals,
- Finally, you are ready for EBSCO or Academic One File: using a combination of your larger topic and combine it with an issue of your choice. For example: "racism" AND poverty. Continue to add or refine your search with the vocabulary you have collected as you've researched.
Lastly come in and talk to a librarian: this is a VERY BIG TOPIC and we are experts are narrowing down and helping you to evaluate your content.