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Towards racial justice in public libraries
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: racial justice. There are two ways to browse our library collection: by topic or by publication type (books, journals, magazines, newspapers) The collection’s 17 major categories lead to thousands of in-depth research topics. Each of those topics contains links to librarian-selected books and articles relevant to that topic. Topic g: racial justice.
Day two will give us the chance to learn about successful racial equity initiatives and develop action plans to catalyze or strengthen equity work in our organizations and communities.” Read more Author Lisa Gieskes Posted on J Categories government, law-and-social-policy, library-and-info-science, social-exclusion-and-inclusion. In every society criminal justice plays a key role establishing social control and maintaining the hegemony of the dominant economic classes. The contributors to this anthology argue that the differential treatment of people of colour and First Nations peoples is due to systemic racism within all levels of the criminal justice system, which Price: $
The New Yorker writer Susan Orlean’s most recent book, called simply The Library Book, begins with a personal love song to the subject before diving into the rich, troubled history of the Los Angeles Public Library and its iconic building in downtown L.A. In , the photographer Robert Dawson published a book-length photographic essay that. Public libraries across the country readily embrace their role as centers for democracy and civic participation. But what role should libraries play in advancing social justice and addressing persistent racial inequities? When it comes to community transformation, how can a social justice lens and racial equity tools guide us to be more engaged and inclusive at all levels of.
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Towards a Framework for Digital Justice in Public Libraries. Guest contributor AMITA LONIAL (she/her/hers) is currently the Learning, Marketing and Engagement Principal Librarian at San Diego County (CA) Library.
Prior to becoming a librarian, she spent eight years in the nonprofit sector organizing for racial and economic justice. Bending Toward Justice is a dramatic and compulsively readable account of a key moment in our long national struggle for equality, related by an author who played a major role in these events.
A distinguished work of legal and personal history, the book is. Jane Eastwood, Saint Paul Public Library Tami Richardson, Dakota County Library Sarah Lawton, Madison Public Library This issue brief is published by the Government Alliance on Race and Equity, a national network of government working to achieve racial equity and advance opportunities for all.
GARE is a joint project of & The Civil Rights Act of would specifically outlaw discrimination in public accommodations like public libraries.
The Voting Rights Act of would give African Americans full access to the vote, which granted them power over local government and its public facilities.
For this two-part series, WebJunction takes a look at a complex and broad issue: racial equity in the library. As we participate in conversations about the future of the library and its critical place within community, equity issues continue to surface.
We acknowledge that this subject could span a book series, so these articles are not meant to be all-inclusive looks at racial equity in the.
Reflecting on the tragic shooting death of Michael Brown and the resulting unrest, the Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA) and NCAAL illuminate the role of libraries in meeting the needs of communities working towards social justice.
In a short film screened during the minute panel session, Ferguson One Year Later: Community Perspectives—Lessons. 8 Toward Racial Justice (Godsil et al.
), over 80 % of incidents that involved police use of deadly force were preceded by a threat to the ofﬁcers’ : Mikhail Lyubansky. Social Justice Books for Teens by ChiPubLib_Teens - a staff-created list: If you're interested in social justice, check out these titles that explore how race, class, gender, size, sexuality and other factors can affect our lives.
Picked by Chicago Public Library's Teen Services librarians. The work of DuBois and other activists did not succeed in integrating public libraries, but it would bring funding for colored branches to the attention of philanthropists like Carnegie.
InLouisville, Kentucky, would open the first free public library for African American readers staffed and operated entirely by African Americans. Learn how public libraries can engage in meaningful social justice and racial equity work by leveraging their existing strengths, supporting transformational relationships, and developing new tools to support social change.
Hear from three librarians who are working to center social justice and racial equity in their day-to-day work. Disrupting Whiteness in Libraries and Librarianship: A Reading List. This guide is in progress. Developed by Karla J.
Strand, DPhil, MLIS Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian University of. While librarians are (rightly!) often both proactive and diplomatic when dealing with individual acts of racial bias in libraries, addressing institutional racism can tie one in knots.
Systemic racism hides—almost to the point of invisibility—inside educational, political, and civic institutions, including those offering library services. Among the innovations of the late 19th cent. were free public access to books (involving elaborate classification schemes) and branch libraries or deposit stations for books in many parts of cities; in the early 20th cent.
traveling libraries, or "bookmobiles," began to take books Missing: racial justice. “Wherever There’s a Fight” is a great (cheap) traveling exhibit for California libraries based on a book by Stan Yogi and Elaine Ellison, Wherever There’s a Fight: How Runaway Slaves, Suffragists, Immigrants, Strikers, and Poets Shaped Civil Liberties in California.
The San Leandro Public Library in San Leandro, CA hosted the exhibit. Inthe City of Madison undertook a deliberate, focused and organized effort called the Racial Equity and Social Justice Initiative (RESJI).
One of the guiding principles of the City's RESJI is authentic, ongoing public engagement and participation, with the goal of changing the culture of our city - including addressing institutional racism. Third, with a great deal of help and cooperation with our public libraries, students across the district will undertake a summer common reading project centered on racial and social justice in coordination with the Vermont Humanities Council’s choosing of March: Book One by Congressman John Lewis as the Vermont Reads book.
The project. “A beautifully written, scholarly but accessible work of archival research and oral history, provides an insightful analysis of the racial apostolate in the early s.”―Rachelle Linner, Catholic News Service “This book will be an important asset for both scholars and the church as they come to terms with the legacy of the by: Young Children and Racial Justice provides a framework for good practice in racial equality for everyone working in the early years sector.
It provides an accessible overview of racism, and explores how children learn their attitudes towards people who are different to themselves. Covering key areas such as prejudice, discrimination and Government policy, the book addresses current and Missing: public libraries.
Hennepin County (Minnesota) Library: Following the shooting of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, the library remained open and invited the community to reserve space to meet and compiled a #BlackLivesMatter Reads for Teens reading list of books to support discussions about race, privilege and justice.
Dallas Public Library: Following the July. Join us for compelling conversations. We offer many programs that explore current social justice issues, including civil rights, intellectual freedom and the criminal justice system. Join us for talks by civil rights leaders, panel discussions and community listening sessions.
We connect with community organizations to bring together diverse voices and viewpoints. 17 Books On Race Every White Person Needs To Read. to navigating away from our deep racial divides and towards equality. the practices — segregated public housing, racial Author: Sadie Trombetta.Site Deactivated.
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So long before President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of —which included libraries as institutions where desegregation was mandated but did not name them specifically—the national NAACP and chapters had launched small campaigns that did everything from championing the cause of a Black librarian assistant’s promotion in the New York Public Library .