The University of Toledo Libraries supports the work of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion by providing exemplary service to all patrons seeking assistance without difference in levels of accommodation. This includes not only patrons reflecting different ethnic, racial, or gender communities, but also those persons with disabilities. In addition to providing services and facilities, the collections of University Libraries also embrace diversity and inclusion. The Libraries support all academic programs through the monographs and electronic resources we purchase for use by the university community. The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections has made an effort to collect rare and unique materials that reflect the diversity of the population of northwest Ohio, and has been recognized as a regional research facility for its ground-breaking efforts to collect materials documenting the lives of persons with disabilities.
The Asian-American and Pacific Islander display is located on the second floor of Carlson Library, and you are welcome to explore the library catalog for related books and digital media:
Equally important: April is also Jewish Heritage Month.
Explore the UToledo Master Calendar for all cultural holidays and observances
Explore other LibGuides prepared by University Libraries (in alphabetical order):