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ACTIVITIES

Librarians advocating for social justice and actively working to end systems of oppression.

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Weekly discussions about social justice, diversity, and other issues in librarianship.

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Informing our practice through LIS literature as well as fiction and nonfiction.

OTHER ACTIVITIES

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CONTACT PROGRESSIVE LIBRARIANS GUILD UH MANOA STUDENT CHAPTER

2550 The Mall St
Honolulu, Honolulu County 96822
USA

123-456-7890

 

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Library & Information Science

Progressive Librarians Guild UH Student Chapter Coffee Talks

Positives & Areas of Improveme...

PLG Coffee Talks: UH's LIS Curriculum

October 30, 2018

NOTES  FROM LIS 610

10/23/18

  • There should be a requirement to learn about homeless populations in LIS curriculum

  • Outreach & partnerships with q...

PLG Open Discussion: notes from 610

October 24, 2018

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Library & Information Science

Progressive Librarians Guild UH Student Chapter Coffee Talks

Diversity and Social Justice

Mo...

PLG Coffee Talks: Diversity and Social Justice

October 23, 2018

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