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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility

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Woman with short curly brown hair and red glasses sits in red and gold armchair. she wears a black and white ffloral scoop-neck top and blue lanyard.
September 22, 2023
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility at Yale Library turns its spotlight on Divinity Library staff member Soli Johnson.
Black man with short grey hair and wireless round glasses blows into brass wind instrument in front of music stand with silver microphone in upper right overhead.
September 7, 2023
Library partnership with Tri-Centric Foundation ensures worldwide access to hundreds of digitized recordings made by composer-musician Anthony Braxton.
Two men in black caps and gowns shaking hands. Student on left wears glasses and blue stole. Faculty member on right wears cap with gold tassel and holds blue leather diploma case.
August 21, 2023
Library staff and volunteers provide resources and services to students in the Yale Prison Education Initiative program.
Three women gather around open book. A blond woman wearing dark blue dress stands next to a shorter woman wearing white shirt and black sweater and beige hijab. Woman, wearing black sweater and white shirt and maroon hijab, at far right points to open page in the book.
July 12, 2023
Graduate student with unique language skills begins the long-awaited cataloging of treasures from the Ottoman Turkish collection.
Painting of woman hangs on brick wall. She sits at a desk with six books on surface. She has short wavy brown hair and wears.a blouse with pink, orange, white, red swirls and holds black glasses and a pen in her right hand.
July 3, 2023
Elga Wasserman is honored with a portrait in Bass Library for her role in supporting Yale’s transition to coeducation in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Black woman with glasses ad purple cowl neck sweater and black cardigan smiles at camera
June 1, 2023
Entry-level career librarians are invited to apply for a new three-year residency established to honor beloved social sciences librarian Kenya Flash (1980–2021).
Stage set with arabic script projected in white on black background. Man in Arabic dress stands with arms outstretched in front of animated image of a blue and yellow tree. Eleven people in long garments sit at his feet, six to his right and five to his left.
May 15, 2023
Omar Ibn Said, author of the only known surviving Arabic-language slave narrative written in the United States—whose portrait and correspondence are now on view at the Beinecke—is the subject of a new American opera.