A crowd-sourced collection of readings that can be used to start conversations around the Charleston massacre. I’m pleased to have assisted with collecting the readings into a list.
Many of us have made a life of hoping to get chosen for jobs, chosen for awards, chosen for acceptance from people, structures and corporations bred on white supremacy. We’re hoping to get chosen by people who can not see us. Knowing that they hate and terrorize us doesn’t stop us from wanting to get […]
(I originally posted this to Facebook, but the response I got there convinced me to post it here.) Dear Active Transportation Advocates & Advocacy Groups: I’m fat. Until very recently, I rode a bike everywhere. I was still fat. I’m not alone. Oh sure, there aren’t many of us in Vancouver, but there are in […]
The inaugural First Generation Library Professionals chat went very well last night – much better than I expected. The biggest takeaway for me is that there is definitely a need among those of us who fall into this group to network and discuss issues around class, access, and navigating professional responsibilities. What I didn’t expect […]