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An Interview with Dr. Rita Cox (Feb 24 2021)

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To help celebrate Black History Month, Brandon Haynes interviews renowned Canadian author, storyteller and Library Worker, Dr. Rita Cox.

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PETITION: It is our obligation to fully commit to reconciliation. Please sign.

Justice for First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples is long overdue | Canadian Labour Congress https://canadianlabour.ca/campaigns/justice-for-first-nations-inuit-and-metis-is-long-overdue/

It is a beautiful Saturday morning and library workers @local4948 are attending the Indigenous & Workers of Colour Conference organized by @torontolabour equity committee.

Reflecting on this year’s theme: Rising Above the Storm

Excited to be attending New Librarians Symposium today! This year’s theme is Libraries and Labour: Organizing for Action. Will be talking about the organizing work Toronto #LibraryWorkers have done over the years and the challenges of the future. #NewLibSymp21 @Local4948

Libraries around the world are “thriving” during pandemic.

But is this true? Funding cuts, layoffs, under-investment abound.

Reinvest to ensure the services that library workers provide is around for years to come.
Appreciation must translate to action. https://dailymemphian.com/article/22398/how-memphis-library-system-thrived-in-the-pandemic