Are you interested in reading about social justice issues in the world today? How about researching poverty, homelessness or our criminal justice system? Then stop by CCSJ and check out our free library! You are able to take books out for up to three weeks or movies for 3 days. The Resource Library Policy has more information about the library hours and location and our policy statement.
Click here to check out the catalogue of books in store (requires Microsoft Excel).
The CCSJ Library contains a unique selection of resources pertaining to Latin America. Read about the life and legacy of Oscar Romero or the politics of El Salvador. Click here for the catalogue of the Latin America Resource Library.
Some suggested books include:
Without a Net: Middle Class and Homeless (With Kids) in America by Michelle Kennedy [Category: Homelessness]
Chicken Soup for the Volunteer's Soul [Category: Volunteering activism]
She Who Brings Peace by Megan McKenna [Category: Women's issues]
When There's No Place Like Home: An Autobiography of the Homeless by Noah Snider [Category: Homelessness]
Nonviolent Soldier of Islam: Badsha Khan, A Man to Match His Mountains by Eknath Easwaran [Category: Global issues]
In addition, CCSJ has DVDs and VHS tapes available for a 3 day borrowing period.
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