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Diversity Libguide

Resources for studying diversity topics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Race, culture, and ethnicity resources

The United States is a multiracial, multicultural, and multiethnic nation. The majority of Americans have their origin in other parts of the world, whether their families immigrated here centuries ago or more recently, whether they came here of their own volition or were forced due to slavery. It is important to work towards equity and inclusion for everyone, recognizing and celebrating our differences, while being aware of past discrimination towards different groups and working toward a more equitable future. The resources on this page will help you start your research into the vast diversity of the United States and beyond.

Library databases

UNL campus resources

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