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The Harold F. Johnson Library at Hampshire College is a dynamic hub of people, technology, and information that serves as an incubator of ideas across all disciplines. Educating for change demands comprehension of the past and vision for the future. The library's innovative and risk-taking intellectual environment fosters new ways of creating knowledge and understanding. The Library actively stewards institutional history, and documents the lives and work of students, alums, faculty and staff.

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The Population and Development Program at Hampshire College ("PopDev") is a center for critical thinking, learning and advocacy on population and the environment. It is a sister program of the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program (CLPP) at Hampshire. Records found in this community include the issue paper series DifferenTakes, and in the future may include reports, statements, and other publications produced by PopDev. DifferenTakes issue papers provide alternative news and analysis on sexual and reproductive health, population control, the environment, climate change, immigrant rights and militarization.

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