February 17, 2018

The Advocate's Toolbox

Pictures of the Week: Bankstreet Students Debate Diversity; Elizabeth Eulberg at TEDxTeen 2013

Please send your pictures of the week to mdar@mediasourceinc.com.

 

Knopf editors Erin Clarke and Michelle Frey discuss diversity, race, gender, and the portrayal of characters on book covers with students at the Bankstreet School for Children in New York City.

Bankstreet School students examine various book covers.

Author Elizabeth Eulberg with student Macallan Durkin at TEDXTeen in New York City. Eulberg met Macallan at last year’s TEDXTeen and was so taken by her name, she decided to use it in an upcoming novel. Though the author never had the chance to tell the teen, she was reunited with her this year. Photo by Rocco Staino.

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Diversity and Cultural Competency Training: Collections & RA

Do you want to ensure that your library’s collections are diverse, equitable, inclusive, and well-read?

Do you want to become a more culturally literate librarian and a more effective advocate for your community?

We've developed a foundational online course—with live sessions on February 28 & March 14—that will explore key concepts essential to cultivating and promoting inclusive and equitable collections.