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I wish we didn’t have to keep talking about this, but we do. As Feral Librarian explains in Never Neutral, neutral is really nothing more than a gear in your car.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Equity, Facism, Justice, Librarians, Libraries, Library 2 Comments
We talk and hear a lot about how libraries provide value to their communities. But what does that really mean?
Elections, Olympics, and Libraries
Two big items in the news right now: 2016 Summer Olympics, and 2016 Election (and other state and local elections).
Posted in Information Services, Library Programs, Library Services Tagged Elections, Libraries, Olympics Leave a comment
What Can We Do?
My heart is heavy.
2015 in Library-land
Here and here are two of the stories floating around about the top 10 library stories in 2015 (and not surprisingly, there’s some overlap). Cheers! See you in 2016.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged 2015, Libraries 9 Comments
Libraries at the Crossroads
Sometimes I think libraries have always been at one crossroads or another.
Summer in the City
“Back of my neck getting dirty and gritty.” So go to the library and cool off! 🙂
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Heat, Libraries, Summer 1 Comment