Documenting Dissenting Voices: Libraries and Social Justice

Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Time: 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Location: Room 205 Gorgas Library
Cost: Free

Categories: College of Communication & Information Sciences, Lectures and Speakers

Presentation Abstract

When ideas of library neutrality seek to disentangle libraries from the lives of its patrons and or the politics of the time, there are librarians and there are library collections that demand action and advocacy. This lecture will discuss libraries documenting social movements through participatory community archives and the activist practitioners hoping to disrupt systems of oppression that also exist in the field of LIS.

Contact Info: John Burgess,, 205 348 1523

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