Tag Archives: Women

Women of Library History: Helen Marot

March is Women’s History Month, and as promised in my last post, I’m going to blog about some women of library history this month.             Advertisements

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Something About the Women

March is Women’s History Month. As a woman, a librarian, a feminist, I am a bit ashamed that I did not blog about this earlier. Thanks to Holly Near for this song so appropriate for the month. In future posts … Continue reading

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How’d You Do?

How did you do on this list of 21 Books from the Last 5 Years That Every Woman Should Read?

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Yes! I Mean. . . No!

So, librarianship is made up of lots of women. Don’t get me wrong; there are lots of men too. But the field is predominantly female. Nothing wrong with that. But here’s one thing that’s true of lots of women. We … Continue reading

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We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby (Let’s not go Backward)

As I celebrate my 40th high school class reunion, the early 1970s are much on my mind. The public library of my youth, the library I worked at after school and on weekends, has come a long way.  The building … Continue reading

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