Resources located in the following libraries can be found through UNL's library catalog and checked out using a valid NCard.
Gender Equity Library
The Gender Equity library has a large collection of books, DVD's, reference materials, brochures, and handouts addressing issues/intersections of race, gender, class, and sexuality. We aim to promote books written by women, queer folk, and people of color. This library can be found in room 340 of the Nebraska Union.
The LGBTQA+ library has more than 1,500 books and DVDs, reference materials, brochures, and handouts related to gender and sexuality and the intersections of sexual orientation and gender identity/expression with other intersections of identity including race/ethnicity, class, religion, and other aspects of identity and experience. This library can be found in room 346 of the Nebraska Union.
Karen Miller Memorial Library
Also known as the UNL Eating Disorder Library, this collection of books focuses on eating disorder advocacy and recovery is a dedication to Karen Miller's mission. Miller served the UNL community from 1994-2014, and founded the UNL Eating Disorders Treatment Team. The majority of resources found in this library cover topics based on nutrition, eating disorder recovery, and body image. This library can be found in room 340 of the Nebraska Union.
Stephanie Alderson Children's Library
Our newest library at the Gender and Sexuality Center is the Children's Library, filled with books for all ages! There are “learn to read” style books, young adult novels, bedtime stories, and a variety of books in languages other than English, such as Spanish, Chinese, and Vietnamese. These books cover a wide range of important topics such as consent, gender, racism, and emotional well-being, all while being easy to understand at any age! This library can be found in room 340 of the Nebraska Union.