Diversity resources

Students and Instructor exploring music on iPads.

About this page

Treat this page as a "one-stop" to find artistic and educational materials and ideas regarding social justics topics. Each week new media will be featured in the WATCH and LISTEN sections. Book lists for each age group can be found in the READ section. Links to great local creators who are promoting social justics learning can be found in the LEARN section. Find even more resources and past video and media features in the DISCOVER MORE section.

This project was made possible by the Pennsylvania Humanities Council.

Listen to "Love," part of the album We Stood Up: Reflections on the Civil Rights Movement.

Part 2 will be available to view next week!



This film is a meditation on harmony through the lens of racism and those who fought against it, those who continue in the struggle today with Martin Luther King, Jr's dream of harmony. We include footage of Martin Luther King, Jr., John Lewis, and the Obama family.

Girls in the Library

A list of picture books featuring diverse characters for children ages birth-6.

Discover great books and educational material for children ages 6-12 about important social justice issues.

Teens ages 13-18 can "read woke" with this book list and additional social justice resources.

Explore great titles from a variety of perspectives and backgrounds. Learn more about social justice issues.


Force for Good creates uplifting music and song-films that encourage personal and global well-being.

Woman in a Studio

Learn more about MelodyVision and the projects Rodney has worked on.

Force for Good creates uplifting music and song-films that encourage personal and global well-being.

Listen to the We Stood Up anthology and explore the educational resources provided for parents and educators.

Visit the GALE online research database to learn more about Diversity Studies.

MCNPL Card Holders, click here.

This project is made possible in part by Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and through Library Access Funds administered by the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, Department of Education, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, Governor.

Students and Instructor exploring music on iPads.

Discover MORE

Past Features
Music for the new revolution

Listen to the playlist from the Music for the New Revoltion podcast, featuring top artists of 2020.

To listen on Spotify, click on the logo to the right.

Join Our Mailing List!
To receive our eNewsletters
Follow Us on Social Media
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
Donate to the Library through Amazon
  • Amazon
North Wales Area Library

233 S. Swartley Street

North Wales, PA 19454


Our hours have temporarily changed. 

Sunday: Closed


Monday: 11am - 7pm

Tuesday: 11am - 7pm

Tuesdays are High Risk & Seniors Only

Wednesday: 11am - 7pm

Thursday: 11am - 7pm

Friday: Closed

Saturday: 12pm - 4pm

Digital resources available 24/7

© 2019 North Wales Area Library |   Privacy Policy   |   NWAL is a 501(c)(3) organization