Sharing the good news of E.M. White Library and With Much Love, Digital Library, at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary with 24/7 remote access to ebooks, ereserves, research databases, and online InfoLit learning. The building is open for limited hours and only to LPTS students and employees for borrowing of print books, laptops, self-scanning, and quiet study in carrels, and reference room. Ask-A-Librarian is available digitally and in-building. Read the blog for the latest news.
Recent Additions to the Anti-racism Digital Library
Presidents of Greater Louisville Higher Education Institutions
New information resources have been added to the Anti-racism Digital Library to inspire, support, and help learn how to be an anti-racist.
The three items in the beginning are by the President of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, the Rev. Dr. Alton Pollard, III. They highlight Louisville Seminary's activism and support of the peaceful protests nationwide, and in Louisville. They are short pieces and highly recommended reading.
all who have been engaging in the work on the ground, we stand in prayer with
you, with heads high and confidence in our God and LPTS.
Read. Reflect. Engage. To suggest a resource for the Anti-racism Digital Library, email me acoleman at lpts dot edu!
Photo Credits: Top: President Alton (in yellow) at the Jefferson Square protest on June 3, 2020 with other area college and university Presidents. Right: The memorial plaque near Caldwell Chapel reads: It is not enough to profess, we have to practice. It is not enough to talk, we have to do. It is not enough to promise, we have to embody the promise. It is not enough to say "Ain't it awful." We have to get close enough to get hurt. The Rev. Dr. George Dewey Carter, Jr. May 7, 1935 - Sept. 3, 2002. Director of Field Education, Professor of Ministry from a Louisville Seminary Chapel Sermon 11/11/94.