I received the following in an email from REFORMA, The National Association to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish-Speaking. Are you doing research on the Latino community and its library needs? If so, please consider submitting a proposal to the Fifth REFORMA National Conference. The Call for Proposals is here: http://www.reformanationalconference.org/#!proposals/c4dl Program… Read More REFORMA National Conference
The Call for Proposals to present at the Fifth REFORMA National Conference (RNC5) taking place in San Diego, CA, April 1-4, 2015, is now open! REFORMA: The National Association to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish-Speaking Please visit the website below to get the information and send your proposals for leading… Read More call for proposals: REFORMA
“Youth of color have much more frequent contact with the justice system than white youth. Black youth account for 16% of the youth population, but represent 28% of juvenile arrests, 37% of the detained population, 38% of those in residential treatment, and 58% of youth committed to state adult prison”. These numbers originated in The… Read More Librarian Amy Cheney
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2014 Zora Neale Hurston Award offered by the American Library Association Reference and User Services Association (RUSA). This annual award, founded in 2008, is given to an ALA member who has demonstrated leadership in promoting African American literature. To further the professional development of the winner so that… Read More Zora Neale Hurston Award
Being a librarian is all about adapting to change and this conference of black librarians has provided no exception to that rule. Zetta Elliott was out and B. A. (Barbara) Binns was in a few months ago. Our third presenter was an unforeseen no-show. My expectations were to deliver and then attend key presentations with… Read More Cincinnati!!