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Dismantling Anti-Black Bias in Democratic Workplaces: A Toolkit

A 28-page guide of activities and prompts for guiding a team through recognizing anti-Black biases and creating plans for challenging and dismantling…

White Librarianship in Blackface: Diversity Initiatives within LIS

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Whiteness—an ideological practice that can extend beyond notions of racial supremacy to other areas of dominance—has permeated every…

Archival Amnesty: In Search of Black American Transitional and Restorative Justice

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Archives as memory institutions have a collective mandate to document and preserve a national cultural heritage. Recently, American…

On "Diversity" as Anti-Racism in Library and Information Studies: A Critique

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Drawing on a range of critical race and anti-colonial writing, and focusing chiefly on Anglo-Western contexts of librarianship, this…