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Diversity at Pratt: Resources for Research, Learning & Teaching  

This guide will help Pratt students, faculty and staff access diversity-related resources both on and off-campus.
Last Updated: Feb 23, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome, All

This guide is meant to help all members of the Pratt community locate information about diversity-related topics.  If you need assistance in your search for information, please use the Ask-a-Librarian service, or contact a librarian directly (information to the right).

Diversity can mean many things. The Pratt Diversity Committee brainstormed ideas about the different types of diversity seen on the Pratt campus, in New York City as well as the world at large.  Examples of types of diversity include, but aren't limited to:

Addiction/Recovery Status
Criminal Background
Ethnic Background
Gender Identity/Expression
Geographic Background
Immigration Status
Housing Status
Learning Style
Linguistic Proficiencies
Mental Health Status
Physical Abilities
Political Affiliation
Regional Background
Sexual Orientation
Socio-economic Class
Technological Skill Level
Veteran Status

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Librarians want to help you with your research :)  Contact us: 

  • Chat-w/-A-Librarian
    Chat online with a librarian (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm).
  • Ask-A-Librarian
    Call, email, or visit our Reference Desk :)

    Brooklyn: (718) 636-3704

    Manhattan: (212) 647-7539


    Location: The Reference Desk is on the 1st Floor of the Brooklyn Library.

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