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Pearl S. Buck E Pluribus Unum Collection ( Housed at McClintic Public Library )

PearlBuckThe little village of Hillsboro in southern Pocahontas County is the birthplace of Nobel Laureate Pearl Buck, an indefatigable champion against racial and religious bigotry. The Pearl S. Buck E Pluribus Unum Library Collection takes a positive stance toward respect for all people in accordance with the American Library Association's position on diversity.

The collection comprises materials promoting an understanding of healthy multicultural diversity, materials that give strategies to resolve conflict and build civil respect between diverse groups, and materials that illuminate intolerance.

The collection is open for the responsible use of the public. Most materials will be available through Inter library loan. The development of materials for research on racialist groups will be ongoing.

Recommendations, financial contributions, and submission of materials and information to strengthen the collection are welcome:

The Anti-defamation League’s Hate Hurts : How Children Learn and Unlearn Prejudice by Carly Stern-LaRosa

Open My Eyes, Open My Soul : Celebrating Our Common Humanity Created by Yolanda King and Elodia Tat

Beyond Tolerance : How People Across America Are Building Bridges Between Faiths by Gustav Niebuhr

Fact or Fraud? : the Protocols of the Elders of Zion by Goran Larsson

The Caged Virgin : an Emancipation Proclamation for Women and Islam by Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Silent No More : confronting America’s False Images of Islam by Paul Findley

Islam and Terrorism by Mark A. Gabriel

Teaching/Learning Anti-racism : A Developmental Approach by Louise Derman-Sparks and Carol Brunson Phi

Poisoning the Web : Hatred Online : an ADL Report on Internet Bigotry, Extremism and Violence

Student Manual : National Hate Crimes Training Curricula by United State Department of Justice, et.al.

“Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting in the Cafeteria?” : And Other Conversations About Race by Beverly Daniel Tatum

Blood and Politics : The History of the White Nationalist Movement From the Margins to the Mainstream by Leonard Zeskind

Yellow : Race in America Beyond Black and White by Frank H. Wu

A Dark Side of History : Anti-semitism Through the Ages by Janice Ditchek

Confronting Anti-semitism : A Practical Guide by Leonard P. Zakim

A Lynching in the Heartland : Race and Memory in America by James H. Madison

A Force Upon the Plain : The American Militia Movement and Politics of Hate by Kenneth S. Stern

Defensive Racism : An Unapologetic Examination of Racial Differences by Edgar J. Steele

They Called Themselves the K.K.K. : The Birth of an American Terrorist Group by Susan Campbell Bart

Women of the Klan : Racism and Gender in the 1920s by Kathleen M. Blee

Tikvah : Children’s Book Creators Reflect on Human Rights

Beyond Chutzpah : On the Misuse of Anti-semitism and the Abuse of History by Norman G. Finkelstein

The Civil Rights Movement : An Illustrated History by Brenda Wilkinson

The Power of Nonviolence : Writings by Advocates of Peace Introduction by Howard Zinn

The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy by John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt

Gender Equity in Islam : Basic Principles by Jamal Badawi

The Shame of the Nation : The Restoration of Apartheid Schooling in America by Jonathan Kozol

Reel Bad Arabs : How Hollywood Vilifies a People by Jack G. Shaheen,; foreword by William Greider

Hitler’s Apologists : The Anti-Semitic Propaganda of Holocaust “Revisionism / by Anti-Defamation League

Holocaust Denial : A Pocket Guide by Anti-Defamation League

Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali

My Mind Set on Freedom : A History of the Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1968 by John A. Salmond

The Deadliest Lies : The Israel Lobby and the Myth of Jewish Control by Abraham H. Foxman

One of Ours : Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing by Richard A. Serrano

Mr. Lincoln’s Way by Patricia Polacco

Gentlemen’s Agreement by Laura Z. Hobson

Mighty Times : The Legacy of Rosa Parks Videorecording / directed by Bobby Houston

Nazis in America / Videorecording

Nazi America : A Secret History / Videorecording

Not in Our Town : A Presentation of We Do the Work Videorecording

Not in Our Town II : A Production of The Working Group Videorecording

Overcoming Prejudice and Promoting Tolerance Videorecording

A Place at the Table : Struggles for Equality in America Videorecording

The Roots of Prejudice and Intolerance Videorecording

The Shadow of Hate : A History of Intolerance in America Videorecording

Starting Small : Teaching Children Tolerance by the Southern Poverty Law Center

Displaced Persons : The Liberation and Abuse of Holocaust Survivors by Ted Gottfried

Heroes of the Holocaust by Ted Gottfried

Children of the Slaughter : Young People of the Holocaust by Ted Gottfried

Martyrs to Madness : The Victims of the Holocaust by Ted Gottfried

Deniers of the Holocaust : Who The Are, What They Do, Why They Do It by Ted Gottfried