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On information privilege and information equity

Information privilege is the idea that access to information can be based on an individual’s status, affiliation, or power. Acce

I’ve been doing quite a bit of thinking about the high school/college transition these days and the differences we see among members of the freshman class. Such thinking leads naturally to a consideration of more profound issues of social justice and equity, issues supported by our Common Beliefs and standards. Access to an effective school library program […]

Declaration is now online. Sign it and wear the badge proudly

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When I wrote about it a couple of weeks ago, the resources were not yet available online.   They are now.  So please spread the message widely.  Have everyone you know who believes in equity, who believes that every child has a right to a strong library program, sign Barb Stripling’s Declaration. Host a face-to-face signing or […]

Where there’s always a place at a table

For those kids in Ohio, the choir room may be the softest place to land.  But for many others, even those who really can sing, the library is the sweet and soft spot. When I read Suzie Day’s guest post, Being queer friendly in your library, in the GayYA blog last week, I was touched. […]