A pile of stacked books

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Bookcase

Catalogue

Non-Fiction

Against White Feminism, Rafia Zakaria (Adults; Race, Gender Bias)

Black and British: A Short Essential History, David Olusoga (Young Adult; Race)

Black and British: An Illustrated History, David Olusoga (Easy Reading; Race)

Break the Mould, Sinead Burke (Children; Inclusion)

Design for Belonging, Susie Wise (Adults; Inclusion)

Design Meets Disability, Graham Pullin (Adults; Disability)

Disability Visibility, Alice Wong (Adults; Disability)

Gender: A Graphic Guide, Meg-John Barker (Young Adult; Gender Identity)

Inferior, Angela Saini (Adults; Gender Bias)

Invisible Women, Caroline Criado-Perez (Adults; Gender Bias)

Pedagogy of the Opressed, Paulo Freire (Adults; Socio-Economics)

Quiet, Susan Cain (Adults; Neurodiversity)

Superior: The Return of Race Science, Angela Saini (Adults; Race)

Sway, Pragya Agarwal (Adults; Unconscious Bias)

The Educators Guide to LGBT+ Inclusion, Kryss Shane (Adults; Sexuality)

The Good Immigrant, Nikesh Shukla (Adults; Race)

The Mother of Invention, Katrine Marcal (Adults; Gender Bias)

The Power of Neurodiversity, Thomas Armstrong (Adults; Neurodiversity)

The Transgender Issue, Shon Faye (Adults; Gender Identity)

The Working Class, Ian Gilbert (Adults; Socio-Economics)

They/Them/Their, Eris Young (Adults; Gender Identity)

This Book Is Gay, Juno Dawson (Young Adult; Sexuality)

Trans Britain, Christine Burns (Adults; Gender Identity)

We Have Always Been Here, Samra Habib (Adults; Sexuality, Religion)

Why I'm No Longer Talking To White People About Race, Reni-Eddo Lodge (Adults; Race)

Fiction

Ace of Spades, Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé (Easy Reading; Race)

Birthday, Meredith Russo (Easy Reading; Gender Identity)

Gilded Ones, Namina Forna (Easy Reading; Gender Bias)

IntersectionAllies, Chelsea Johnson (Children; Diversity)

Interstellar Cinderella, Deborah Underwood (Children; Gender Bias)

Izzy Gizmo, Pip Jones (Children; Gender Bias, Race)

Meesha Makes Friends, Tom Percival (Children; Neurodiversity)

Men at Arms, Terry Pratchett (Adults; Socio-Economics)

Raising Steam, Terry Pratchett (Adults; Diversity)

Rosie Revere, Engineer, Andrea Beaty (Children; Gender Bias)

Show Us Who You Are, Elle McNicholl (Easy Reading; Neurodiversity)

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Mark Haddon (Adults; Neurodiversity)

The Outrage, William Hussey (Easy Reading; Sexuality)