As we address anti-Asian racism in our society as well as intersectional misogynistic violence that is evident in the Atlanta tragedy, humanistic and social sciences scholarship, published by university presses, offers a rigorous foundation for necessary understanding and change.
We commit with renewed vigor to publishing the truth, however uncomfortable, to speaking facts to power, and to advancing knowledges that can help all of us to bring about justice and equity in this world.
AUPresses has signed on to a letter from the National Coalition Against Censorship, protesting the censorship by Zoom, Facebook, and YouTube of an online roundtable event at San Francisco State University this past summer.
"University presses are natural partners for public humanities organizations." Read more in today's @HumanitiesAll blog about how @UofMPress @msupress @uakronpress & @ohiostatepress serve diverse communities by publishing publicly engaged work. https://bit.ly/2QKjAUQ #ReadUP