An article explaining what decolonizing is and how to practice it. Includes recommendations of publishers, graphic novels, and best practices
Resources for information workers highlighting how can libraries help communities made vulnerable by the current political climate. Has resources and information for cataloging, metadata, collecting, and acquisition management
A webinar series that provides a platform for underrepresented voices in children’s and YA publishing to share their unique stories and perspectives with educators.
A compilation of statements from libraries and archives on harmful or offensive language in description and bias in cataloging, includes statements about problematic language in both description and resources themselves
An ongoing collection of resources to support academic, public, school, and research libraries and institutions in promoting and supporting EDI throughout their organizations.
A lively conversation about how race and identity have been represented in children's books in the past, how and why authors and illustrators are working to change that in the present, and panelists' hopes for the future of children's literature.
List of titles that document a range of romance from sexy to chaste, with tropes noted when they are present, and all feature trans or nonbinary leads.
This webinar will look at how staff from the Salt Lake City Public Library (SLCPL) built picture book-based kits to give caregivers the tools to have these important conversations
A webinar in which panelists will explore and discuss strategies to overcome them within the library system. They will discuss how to recognize, attack, and eliminate workplace injustice while transforming organizations in the process, along with the role that a diverse collection plays in educating patrons, overcoming barriers and creating awareness.
Statement from the American Library Association regarding the news that the Library of Congress agreed to change two controversial subject headings.
An article discussing how diversity audits assess representation in library materials, but most examples focus on children’s books. One librarian shares her methods and challenges in tackling adult biographies.
This webinar is a collaboration between the Graphic Novels & Comics Round Table (GNCRT) and the Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA) in which creators discuss the relevance of comics to the Black Lives Matter movement - and beyond.
A webinar discussing the implementation of the Non-Library of Congress Subject Heading “undocumented immigrants” (and six variants) to over 5,000 bibliographic records in the CU Boulder online catalog.