Marna Clowney-Robinson, Karen Downing, Darlene Nichols and Helen Look speak on why it's so important for libraries to take deliberate actions to ensure that they are inclusive of multiracial populations.
Anna Ercoli Schnitzer, Disability Issue and Outreach Librarian at the Taubman Health Sciences Library speaks on the importance of kindness to others in order to reach a deeper level of understanding as individuals.
Jeff Witt, Diversity and Incusion Specialist, reflects on what success looks like in relation to his DEIA and Social Justice work.
In the third post in our Social Class in the Workplace series, Denise Leyton shares her experience with wealth perception on campus and ways in which we can make conscious choices to ensure the library is a welcoming place to all.
In the second post of the Social Class in the Workplace Series, Shannon Moreno shares a personal essay, reflecting on the ways that social class impact her daily work and the way she moves through the library at large.
In the first post in the Social Class in the Workplace Series, Sheila talks about multilevel code-switching, both what it is and why people do it, concluding with sharing her own experiences of multilevel code-switching.
In this post, in actuality one of the first written for this blog but unpublished until now (profuse apologies from the blog manager!) Anna Schnitzer contextualizes DEIA within The Great British Baking Show.
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