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Building community/solidarity between librarians, staff, and student employees.
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Communicating the value of critical library practice to our administrators and other stakeholders outside of library (faculty, patrons, etc.)
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Critical pedagogies & instructional design (Critical instruction strategies, questioning authority, and popular education)
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How can librarians respond to social justice issues happening at the institutions they are part of? What challenges do they face? What are some tactics? Other questions: How do we support each other? Particularly folks who are vulnerable to retaliation. If "solidarity networks" doesn't run as a separate conversation, I could see that topic fitting nicely into this discussion. -Dave E. I'm particularly thinking about Environmental issues and Sustainability I think this will be a good fit here as well. -Chisa UMegan Watson and Dave Ellenwood and...Chisa Uyeki http://tinyurl.com/pwjdgf6
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How to diversify the profession (racially/ethnically, class, gender identity, etc)?
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How to incorporate a critical approach to instruction within the very tight confines of the one-shot workshop.Ilana Stonebraker
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Programming and critical librarianship.
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Racism in everyday library practice.I'd co-moderate if needed. Chisa U.Annie Pho (wouldn't mind a co-moderator if this ends up being a larger session)
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Self-care and collective action amongst library employees as a means of confronting burnout, disillusionment, etc.
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Working in the patriarchal library/why are all my administrators dudes?& also keynoters, implicit authority/intelligence with guybrarians

and also why, it seems, are schol comm topics/events/conferences also patriarchy heavy in this regard, too? (EF)
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