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Do your apps, social media, and website make your library less inviting to visitors with limited abilities? Technology Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
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We know why diversity is important, but how do we drive real change at work? Diversity and inclusion expert Jennifer Brown, author of author of How to Be an Inclusive Leader: Your Role in Creating Cultures of Belonging Where Everyone Can Thrive, provides a step-by-step guide for the personal and emotional journey we must undertake to create an inclusive workplace where everyone can thrive.
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Learn how to boost authentic, equitable representation in your library collection through selection auditing, weeding, and marketing.
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Auditing libraries is vital work and ensures that stories captured within the collection create positive views, showcase many perspectives, and celebrate what makes all humans unique.
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Learn to design library programs that meet the needs of vulnerable populations through an equity-focused model.
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Keeping Governance on Track - A FREE Webinar Series for Library BoardsThis two-part series is presented by the United for Libraries Intellectual Freedom Task Force and is made available FREE to all participants by the Jack Neal Fund.Keeping Governance on
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Hear how one library leveraged staff talent to successfully reboot their strategic vision, centered on equity.
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ALA has taken highlights from the over 120 LLX sessions and packaged them into a convenient, accessible set of recordings, available to you at ALA eLearning.
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Learn to implement changes in public library spaces to better meet the needs of patrons with disabilities.
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Learn how to evaluate the impact of summer learning programs and how to build programming that targets underserved youth.
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Authors and former educators discuss how unpacking the racial and class biases of our identities better enable us to foster more positive and authentic relationships with the young people in our lives.
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Problematic Award-Winning Texts: Daniel Boone, the Newbery Award, and Children's Librarianship
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Learn the benefits of developing programs for patrons with intellectual, cognitive, and/or developmental disabilities.
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Learn how to start your own library group to help support and affirm families and build community with allies.
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Hear from transgender and nonbinary library staff and managers about how workplaces can be inclusive and welcoming.
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Library of Congress preserves and elevates stories in primary sources from marginalized voices with exhibitions, collections.
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Learn about staff training and techniques to serve patrons experiencing homelessness that apply to libraries of all sizes.
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Identify current barriers and possible solutions to transgender inclusion at your library.
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Learn how two libraries are building staff and community understanding of how to build kinship with Indigenous communities.
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Members of the PLA Social Work Task Force introduce you to the use of trauma-informed approaches in public libraries.
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With public libraries eliminating fines as a means of reducing barriers to access, why don’t people return their books?
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Learn how Queens and Brooklyn Libraries found ways to provide a new collection of services to system-impacted individuals.
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An autistic librarian shares strategies and book recommendations to build collections and programming that represents children with mental, behavioral, or developmental conditions.
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How do we create library policies that are more inclusive and consider their impact on marginalized populations?
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Understand more about what trauma is and how a trauma-informed approach aligns with library values (2nd in a series).
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