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Information Agitation

Librarians with Spines Editor Yago Cura and Designer Autumn Anglin gave a session at the Urban Librarians conference last Friday.

Our session was voted one of the top two sessions of the conference!

Catch us wherever you can!

Here is the session description:

Panel consists of co-editors and artist/designer for the Librarians With Spines Series of books. It will be a panel discussion of how to create an alternative narrative books, media and a movement with little to no resources. Topics include: How to Lead from Anywhere, You can do it too, Why publish alternative narratives? What does it take to be an antiracist librarian who works to showcase marginalized voices?

Max Macias was awarded the OLA EDI Anti-Racism Recognition Award for 2021

[Email from the Oregon Library Association Awards Chair. Big congratulations and shout out to Marci Ramiro-Jenkins!] Hello Oregon Library Community! As chair of the Oregon Library Association's Awards Committee, I am delighted to widely announce the recipients of the following awardswhich were announced at the OLA Conference on Friday, April 23. Presidents’ Award (conferred by President Kate Lasky and Past-President Elaine Hirsch): Marci Ramiro-Jenkins Oregon Library Employee of the year: Lauren Calbreath Oregon Library Supporter of the year: Barbara Wright EDI Achievement Award (Inaugural award!): Max Macias Oregon Librarian of the year: Librarians and Staff of the State Library of Oregon Children Services Division's Evelyn Sibley Lampman Award: Tehlor Kay Mejia Public Library Division's Pearl Award: Lanel Jackson Congratulations on this well deserved recognition! OLA Awards Committee: Elsa Loftis, Portland State University, Chair Leah Griffith, Newberg Public Library, Retired, Past-Chair Esther Moberg, Seaside Public Library Sonja Somerville, Salem Public Library Karen Muller, Hillsboro Public Library Susan Stone, Portland Public Schools Emily O’Neal, Deschutes Public Library

Greetings Friends!

We hope you and yours are safe and well.

Hinchas Press and Librarians with Spines presents another stimulating session to help you through the pandemic!

Please join us in an engaging conversation about ethnographies, scholarship, identity, books, culture and more! Librarians with Spines editors, Yago Cura and Max Macias, Librarians with Spines Designer/Art Director Autumn Anglin Interview Judy Lee and Melissa Cardenas-Dow about their amazing work.

Judy and Melissa wrote an amazing chapter in Librarians with Spines Vol. 2 called:LWS2 - Remembering Consciousness is Power: Working to Center Academic Library Outreach in the Service of Social Justice, Asian and Pacific Islander American Ethnic Visibility, and Coalition-Building

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