Intersectionality Resource Center
This is a diverse world we live in and we must be willing to learn how to live in it peacefully. As humans we hold many identities and they intersect with our lives, relationships, work, school, and society. At the Intersectionality Resource Center we provide a space and resources for student to reflect and educate themselves on identities they may hold or identities held by our fellow humans.
- Programs and Events
August 18- IRC Open House, 8am-5pm @Intersectionality Resource Center
August 21- Diversity Mixer/Trivia, 3pm-5pm @Prairie Wolf A/B
- Intersectional Resources
Education is an important way to help us learn how to live in this diverse world. The IRC has resources and books available for students.
For additional resources, see the library's Transgender Resources webpage.
Books to borrow
- A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns by Archie Bongiovanni and Tristan Jimerson
- On the Other Side of Freedom by Deray Mckesson
- $2.00 A Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America by Kathryn J. Edin and H. Luke Shaefer
- Nonbinary Memoirs of Gender and Identity edited by Micah Rajunov and Scott Duane
- Between The World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates
- Readings for Diversity and Social Justice 3rd Edition Edited by Maurianne Adams et al.
- A Guide to Gender: The Social Justice Advocate’s Handbook by Sam Killermann
- The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander
- Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich
- Blind Spot by Mahzarin R. Banaji and Anthony G. Greenwald
- Intersectionality by Patricia Hill Collins and Simra Bilge
- Unlocking the Magic of Facilitation by Sam Killermann and Meg Bolger
- Evicted by Mattew Desmond
- The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
- A Different Mirror a history of multicultural America by Ronald Takaki
- Uncomfortable conversations with a black man by Emmanuel Acho
- The black unicorn poems by Audre Lorde
- How to be an antiracist by Ibram x. Kendi
- I am because we are African wisdom in image and proverb by Betty Press
- Community Resources
Ethnic Cultural Centers
- Asian Community and Cultural Center
- Clyde Malone Community Center
- El Centro de las Americas
- Indian Center
- Good Neighbor Community Center
- All Gender Restrooms on Campus
- Acklie Hall (northwest corner) – All three floors, by the vending machines and to the left of the men’s restroom.
- Burt Hall North (Student Health Center) – Ring the doorbell and ask to use the bathroom.
- Burt Hall South (northeast corner, lower level) – Enter through the door by the “Burt Hall South” sign. Turn right for stairs. At the base of the stairs, turn right twice.
- Centennial Hall (northeast side) – First floor in the center pod.
- Johnson Hall (southeast side, lower level) – At the base of the stairs, turn left.
- Johnson Hall (southeast side) – Enter the main doors, turn right.
- Library (southeast side) – From the library main entrance, go straight past the NWU sports logo sign. Turn right.
- Pioneer Hall (northeast side) – Main floor closer to Johnson.
- Smith Curtis (southwest side, lowest level) – On the left in the hallway directly outside of Callen.
- Weary Center (main entrance, 2nd floor)
– The All American Room entrance is to the left when stepping out of the elevator. The bathroom is on the left after a short flight of stairs.
– The office suites entrance is to the right when stepping out of the elevator. Proceed down the hall past the offices. It is at the end of the hallway on the right.
- White Hall (main floor) – Lounge area.
- IRC Times Monthly Newsletter Archive
IRC Times is a monthly newsletter for Nebraska Wesleyan University students, faculty and staff to provide resources and information on diversity, equity and inclusion. Below is an archive of past newsletters.