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Librarians with Spines

“Librarians with Spines” is an anthology of 9 essays written by 11 radical librarians pushing the boundaries of social justice community service, library and information science, equitable bibliographic taxonomy, and ubiquitous information literacy. 117 more words

Community Service

Walking Beside Our Neighbour

by the Revd Charlotte Bannister-Parker, University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford

Everyone of us has been appalled and deeply shocked by the wicked terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday night. 1,020 more words

Church Of England

Travel and the "P" Word

Jambo from Kampala! I can’t tell you how excited and amazed I am to be continuing a second summer of blogging. At this point last summer, I was in Southeast Asia and had no idea what the following year, much less the following summer, held for me. 1,317 more words

Some People Count, Some People Don't

This Week’s Sermon on parashat Bamidbar. Cross-posed to the This Is What a Rabbi Looks Like.

“Some people count, some people don’t.”

It’s a line only a movie villain could say, in this case, the womanizing waiter in the movie… 1,509 more words


PhD Progress: 2 Years Completed

The first career I ever dreamed of was singing. In fact, I wanted to be “a singer like Selena.” Currently, it’s a writing center director (like Michele), but eventually I want to be an Associate Vice President for Student Success (like Nancy). 551 more words


When Concerns Of Cultural Appropriation Risk Supporting Intellectual Property

By: William Gillis | @rechelon | Support this author on Patreon

The latest entry in panics over social justice comes from my hometown, where some folks have created a list shaming restaurants and foodcarts that were owned by white people but sold “non-European international cuisine.” One of the more annoying restaurants on that list has… 2,499 more words


Film to Watch: Trapped

Sometimes Radio West with Doug Fabrizio surprises me with an unexpected topic on the NPR station, in Salt Lake City, KUER 90.1.

This program on the movie Trapped… 86 more words

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