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Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion

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This EDI Resources guide serves as a starting point for researching and learning about EDI topics. The guide highlights a selection of EDI resources available through Seneca Libraries and online. Please note that this is not a comprehensive list. More library resources can be discovered through the Seneca Libraries website.


For more information on Seneca's EDI commitment, visit the Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) space.
 Streaming Videos
Drawn Together
All We've Got
Between the Shades
Race - The Power of an Illusion
Including Samuel
 Relevant Databases

Reference and Topic Overview

The following databases are excellent resources if you are looking for general information on a topic. 

Research Article Databases

Access a broad range of peer-reviewed and scholarly articles related to EDI-relevant topics in one of these article databases.  If your research intersects on two or more unique disciplines, browse in one of the Multidisciplinary databases available at Seneca.

In the News

For news articles and clips, search in the following new databases.  For a comprehensive database in the News and Current Events.

Streaming Videos

Access a wide array of films, documentaries, news clips, and learning modules through the following databases.

Data & Statistics Resources

If you're looking for data sources or statistical reports, check out these sources.


 Other Sources

Land Acknowledgement

Seneca’s campuses are located on the Land stewarded by Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, and Wendat Nations. We acknowledge Treaty 13 (Toronto Purchase) signed with the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and the Williams Treaty, signed with multiple Mississauga and Chippewa First Nations. We are all interconnected as treaty people with shared obligation to learn, respect, honour, and sustain.

Many of you are joining us from all over Turtle Island, a name many Indigenous peoples use for North America, and around the world. We encourage you to seek out whose ancestral names you are on today.

~First Peoples @ Seneca

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