The Dr. Chun Resource Library exists as a space for community members and University of Toronto students to access factual, critical and alternative materials that facilitates resistance to oppression among and between diverse communities.
The library is committed to supporting marginal voices. In particular, those voices that have been traditionally left out of main stream political mobilizing are emphasized in our collection.
The library is committed to providing an anti-oppressive and harassment free space where community members and students can learn, organize and connect with one another.
The library is committed to being responsive and accountable to the community that supports it. It welcomes recommendations, volunteers and donations.
The library is supported by The Centre for Women and Trans People and the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG-Toronto). The visions and interests of both organizations have been incoporated into the mission and collection policy of Dr. Chun Resource Library. These include a commitment to social, environmental, economic, human rights and anti-oppression issues.
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