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CALA Annual 2021 Presidential Program: Libraries as Catalysts for Serving Diverse Communities

What do you know about race, art, civil rights, and the socio-political forces that guided the hip-hop generation? Have you heard of the Building a Pipeline of Community Connection that helps to build a staffing model that fosters diversity, equity…

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Diversity and sustainability in library exhibits

This poster will present on the sustainability and diversity of
Library Exhibits at UHM Hamilton Library. The poster will provide
examples of how cultural, social, historical and international themes
contribute to exhibit diversity. In addition,…

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Diversity and sustainability in library exhibits for outreach and marketing

This paper discusses the diversity and sustainability of library exhibits at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Library, and explores it as a means of marketing and outreach.

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CALA Annual 2021 Presidential Program: Libraries as Catalysts for Serving Diverse Communities

What do you know about race, art, civil rights, and the socio-political forces that guided the hip-hop generation? Have you heard of the Building a Pipeline of Community Connection that helps to build a staffing model that fosters diversity, equity…

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Chinese American Librarians Association: Embracing Diversity and Outreaching to the Global Community

CALAPoster_2017ALAannual.pdf
The ALA Office for Diversity, Literacy and Outreach Services selected 33 presentations for the 2017 Diversity and Outreach Fair, held from 3 – 5 p .m. on June 24 in the Special Events area in the Exhibits Hall at McCormick during ALA’s Annual…

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Bridge Cultures and Promote Diversity: A Chinese American Librarian's Experience

What can a Chinese American librarian do to help promote diversity? This may not be a difficult question for Asian Studies librarians or librarians working in libraries whose patrons are mostly ethnic minorities. But for a Chinese American librarian…

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