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Registration is Now Open
2023 OLA Conference

The Riverhouse - Bend OR
Date: April 19 - 22, 2023
Conference Registration is now open - click here to register

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Overdue: Weeding Out Oppression in Libraries
Podcast Series, Launched 3/31/22
Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Antiracism (EDIA) Committee

Episode 12: Librarians with Spines Part 1
with Autumn Anglin, Max Macias and Yago Cura

In Part 1 of this two-part episode, we talk to the creative team behind the Librarians With Spines book series calling for radical librarianship, Yago Cura, Max Macias and Autumn Anglin. This trio of "information agitators" share the origins of this series, the need for necessary boundary-pushing in the library profession, and the importance of having a strong support system when doing antiracism work.

Hear about the efforts that went into the design and creation of Vol. 3, released in fall of 2022, and get a sneak peek of what's next for this series of essays pushing for a new era of librarianship.  

Order Librarians with Spines v1, 2 & 3 here: https://www.hinchaspress.com/librarians-with-spines
Visit the Librarians with Spines Blog

Link to the EDI & Antiracism Toolkit 

Hosts: Constance Palaia & Ericka Brunson-Rochette
Date Recorded: December 23, 2022

 

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Oregon Library Association Quarterly (OLAQ)
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