52 years ago the first Pride march was celebrated in New York City on June 28th, 1970. It was a chance for the LGBTQIA+ community of New York City to gather together. Here is a collection of recommended reading to remind us how far the LGBTQIA+ movement has come, and how far it has left to go.
Chester Fritz Library
In 2018 Chester Fritz Library adopted an Open Access Statement of Support, pledging to support open access in line with OneUND’s values of community, discovery, liberal arts, and lifelong learning. In service of this goal, we maintain UND’s open access institutional repository, the UND Scholarly Commons, as well as participate in administering UND’s OER grants as part of the […]
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Explore the 1950 Census! Since 1790, the United States federal government has been taking the census to calculate the distribution of seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. After 70 years, the data transitions from being confidential to publicly available. On April 1st of 2022, the National Archives released the 1950 Census. In recognition of […]
Categories: Reader's Advisory
Happy Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month! First recognized under President Jimmy Carter in 1978, AAPI Heritage Month is a time to honor the legacies of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders across United States history and society. Celebrate by checking out our prior recommendations and this year’s new favorites. Non-Fiction and History Margins […]