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eResources about Anti-Racism and Equity

Books, movies, and other media exploring race and social equity

Posted on July 9, 2020

The San Rafael Library has curated a list of recommended books, websites, movies, podcasts, and videos that explore issues surrounding race and social equity. Communities across the U.S. are finally waking up to systemic racism against BIPOC, and in particular anti-Black racism. More than ever white people and other allies are showing up, listening and...
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Lend a Hand, Shop & Dine San Rafael, Community Conversation, & More

Posted on July 8, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is not a wildfire, it’s incomparable to a natural disaster confined in time and space; it has affected many aspects of our daily lives, including turning a simple task like going to the grocery store into a possibly nerve-wracking experience for some and simply unsafe for the more vulnerable members of our community (this includes anyone over the...
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Marin Tightens Restrictions, the Meaning of Face Coverings, & Volunteer Opportunities

Posted on July 6, 2020

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) created a “watch list”  for counties whose COVID-19 data has raised concerns regarding spikes in COVID-19 cases within their communities. Indicators raising concern are things like, community spread, increased hospitalization, and limited hospital capacity. Marin County was added to the State’s watch list for all three indicators on July 3rd.    The State recommends the following actions to address the drivers that originally placed Marin on this watch list: ...
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