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Malcolm X College Library Virtual Exhibits

Monthly featured resources and CCC collections

image of bell hooks with head on chinIn celebration of Women's History Month, the Malcolm X College Library is featuring the works of bell hooks, a scholar and writer focused on discussions finding the connections between gender, racism and capitalism. The writer took on the name "bell hooks" using only lowercase when writing her name. The legacy that bell hooks leaves behind includes over 40 books, and numerous essays and collections. 

Read more about bell hooks. Use your CCC credentials to view.  

This month the Carter G. Woodson Library is spotlighting works by bell hooks from the City Colleges of Chicago Libraries collections. Check one out today!        


image credit: "bell hooks" by Kevin Andre Elliott is licensed under Creative Commons       


Join us on Monday, March 21st for our Monday Midday Movie showing of 1997 documentary "bell hooks: Cultural Criticism & Transformation." Register to join us!                 

Check out this selection of related readings available as print and eBooks through the City Colleges of Chicago Libraries catalog.  Log in with your CCC credentials to view eBooks, or use the "Request It" feature to request books for pickup at the library. 

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