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"In college, I was introduced to the advocacy and writings of incredible people like Audre Lorde and bell hooks, who shared a perspective and a vision that really pricked my conscience. I also was fascinated by Eleanore Roosevelt who used her position of privilege to advocate for equity. From then on, I read voraciously—books, magazines, journals—and listened carefully to others about their lived experiences. My go-to writings are the biographical stories of individuals who pursued a fairer, more equitable world enduring great risk, ridicule, and harm...."
"Perhaps the most central theme, though, is the value of unexpected and unlikely friendships. Rostov's open and accepting nature is the greatest asset in his confinement, as it leads him to establish close relationships..."
The William C. Bonaudi
Library provides quiet
a large and growing
collection of books multiple online resources,
and other library services. We are committed to meeting
the needs of BBCC's students,
staff, faculty, and those living within the
Big Bend Community College
Toll Free: 877-745-1212 x2350
Building: 1800/Library & GCATEC
7611 Bolling St.
William C. Bonaudi Library, 7662 Chanute St. Moses Lake, WA 98837