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Let this radicalize you rather than lead you to despair—Mariame Kaba
Co-founder, @LOnyemeh interviews team members @jaenarae & @nitabug0423 to discuss their personal goals and the future of WOC+Lib! #ItTakesTwo #librarytwitter #NationalLibraryWeek
Librarians are resisting censorship of children’s books by LGBTQ+ and Black authors https://19thnews.org/2021/11/school-librarians-resisting-censorship/?&utm_campaign=19th-social&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social via @19thnews
We are so, so, SO happy and excited that Race Cards will be at the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton for A MONTH! Really elated. To celebrate we’re gonna do a little free writing exercise on here starting from tomorrow…. #bcaracecards STAY TUNED! https://twitter.com/bcaheritage/status/1459083697072840721
EXHIBITION: Race Cards is a constantly growing installation and archive – a room containing 1000 questions about race by Birmingham-based artist and performer, @SelinaTLtd.
18th November 2021 – 18th December 2021: https://www.bcaexhibits.org/race-cards
New date! The Description and Access for Anti-Black Archival Materials workshop will take place on December 1, 2021.
Led by Melissa J. Nelson, this workshop will address anti-Black racism in archival records. Visit https://archivists.ca/ACA-Workshops to register.