As we work towards creating equitable learning spaces we often get overwhelmed by thinking critically about how to bring the theory of equity into practice. One of the ways we can work towards creating equitable learning spaces is to think about the resources that we purchase, display and engage with. We must always work towards developing a critical equity lens to assess and select resources. Our resources must reflect our local and global communities and show diverse lived identities and experiences. We must ensure that our resources help students become critically conscious.

"Books by their very nature, are a form of activism because they help change and expand minds and give a blueprint for change"

-Lori Weber