Author Archives: Shaundra Walker

Black Caucus American Library Association

The Black Librarian in America – Call For Abstracts

Call For Abstracts The Black Caucus of the American Library Association seeks chapter abstracts for The Black Librarian in America: Reflections, Resistance, and Reawakening. To commemorate two important milestones—the 50th Anniversary of both...

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Statement Condemning Disproportionate Dismissal of Black and Persons of Color Staff...

Media Contact: Black Caucus of the American Library Association, Inc. [email protected] Statement Condemning Disproportionate Dismissal of Black and Persons of Color Staff Members [NEW YORK, NY, September 20, 2020] – The Black Caucus of The...

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Black Caucus American Library Association

BCALA Receives IMLS Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program Award

Media Contact: Black Caucus of the American Library Association, Inc. [email protected] https://www.bcala.org BCALA Receives IMLS Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program Award Grant will support a national forum and a nationwide virtual...

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Black Caucus American Library Association

BCALA Receives IMLS National Leadership Grants for Libraries Program Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Black Caucus of the American Library Association, Inc. [email protected] https://www.bcala.org BCALA Receives IMLS National Leadership Grants for Libraries Program Award [NEW YORK, JULY 28, 2020 ]-- The...

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Statement in Response to Senator Kelly Loeffler’s Storytime at the Fulton...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Black Caucus of the American Library Association, Inc. [email protected] https://www.bcala.org In July 2013, what would become the Black Lives Matter Global Network (BLM) began to organize. It started...

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The New York Public Library and BCALA Partner on Meditative Programming...

The new program series called Patience and Fortitude, named after the Library Lions, will offer a safe space for BIPOC employees to process and reflect on race in America and their role in it. July 27, 2020—The New York Public Library is...

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