Library News

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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Man in black overalls and yellow t shirt looks at a woman in a purple print dress sitting next to him.
November 9, 2022
The film will be followed by an in-person Q&A with actress Seret Scott, who starred in the 1982 film.
black and white photo shows shirtless woman with short hair and the words "Title IX" written on her back. She is facing away from camera, holding papers in her hand. To her right and looking off and to the right is a woman wearing a suit and open necked blouse. Blurred backs of heads of unidentified individuals are in the foreground and on the wall hangs a poster for Yale Women's Soccer.
November 9, 2022
By 1979, Yale had 13 women’s varsity teams—and they struggled for their share of resources and support.
Colorized photograph of two men looking at camera. One on left wears blue satin suit with white shirt and blue satin tie sitting on a simple white couch with one arm draped across the back support and the other hand at his chin. He has dark short curly hair and a goatee. The other has short cropped hair, plastic rimmed glasses and green shirt with brown shoulder patches. He rests his chin on both hands. There's a silver linked bracelet on his right wrist.
November 8, 2022
Two gospel artists—Donald Lawrence and Vincent Bohanan—will be filmed in interviews this month.
Bald man wearing blue shirt and dark blue zippered vest sits looking to side, black and white photograph of jazz musicians and Duke Ellington sit in front of him, and photograph of man when younger holding acoustic bass is behind him on wall, next to another photo showing a man playing a trumpet
October 11, 2022
Oct. 14 library events launch a year-long celebration of jazz musician and filmmaker Willie Ruff and the Duke Ellington Fellowship’s 50-year anniversary
Woman with shoulder-length dark hair wearing red and blue paisley scarf speaks into microphone
October 10, 2022
Lyric Thinking: Poetry in the World, the 2022-23 Model Research Collection in Bass Library, features more than 1,000 volumes from Yale Library collections. The collection explores lyric poems across diverse languages, communities, and spaces throughout the historical record.
Black man with close cropped beard and hair wearing brown and metal glasses looks into camera. He wears a blue jacket, white shirt, and purple tie.
October 3, 2022
Yale Library’s Oral History of American Music grows its collection of interviews with gospel greats.
In a color film still, three young men walk in a line across an overgrown field with trees in the background. The middle one is pushing a wheel barrow.
August 18, 2022
The National Film Preservation Foundation grant will help preserve Collins’s short film, The Cruz Brothers and Miss Malloy. The archive is also preserving the director’s only feature film, Losing Ground .