April Hathcock: Anti-Racism & Doing the Work, A Fireside Chat
PALA invites you to join April Hathcock in a conversation about anti-racist work in libraries. Hathcock is a Scholarly Communcations Librarian at NYU and a lawyer who has written and presented extensively on anti-racism and intersectional feminism in LIS.
"Let's sit in dialogue about the ways that we have been, are doing, and plan to do antiracist work. While you are invited to come and sit comfortably with me, make no mistake, this talk will be no passive affair. Like antiracist work itself, our time together will be marked by engagement and reflection on the issues of race, racism, whiteness, and white supremacy. We're going to be open and honest and active. It's the only way to make effective change in our world. Are you ready?"
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