What’s changed in the 50 years since librarians Glyndon Flynt and Mabel McKissick first thought of the CSK Book Awards at the ...
Language is important to how individuals identify. The more diverse and accepted the available language, the more likely ...
As host of NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast—a weekly roundtable discussion of film, TV, music, and more—Linda Holmes has ...
An essay titled “Remember the Stonewall!” published in the September/October 1970 issue of Come Out! The publication was ...
How can archives counteract historical discrimination and bigotry with inclusive collections? At the Archives*Records 2019 Conference in Austin, Texas—sponsored by the Society of American Archivists ...
Presenters explored how current events are captured in collections and archives and the effect that collecting controversial and sensitive materials has on patrons and staff. Jennifer Weintraub, ...
The White House announced on July 11 that it would abandon efforts to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 Census, ...
In summer 2018, California was experiencing its worst wildfire season ever. In the midst of the destruction—damage to ...
The American Library Association (ALA), along with other organizations, submitted comments July 28 to the Federal ...
On July 25, Macmillan Publishers announced a new library ebook lending model. In response, the American Library Association’s ...
The Coretta Scott King (CSK) Book Awards, which honor African-American authors and illustrators of books for children and young adults, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. To commemorate the ...
Libraries across the country are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing this July with a variety of programs, but how many library professionals can say they’ve worked on the ...