A few of us will be doing a panel presentation about our library, radical librarianship, the commons, what democracy looks like, what a police state looks like etc. in the ALA Masters Series at the Midwinter Conference in Dallas this weekend. We’ve got a lot to say.
We’re very excited to be able to connect with so many librarians about our shared passions & about meeting up with our comrades at Occupy Dallas.
If you’re in the Dallas area this weekend, please join us.
Saturday January, 21 at 8:30 am in the Dallas Convention Center Theater.
ALA Press release here.
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I’d appreciate any writings or visuals you can provide from your presentation.
The text of the presentation is posted here: https://peopleslibrary.wordpress.com/2012/01/24/peoples-library-presentation-at-ala-midwinter/
Thanks so much! I’m working with a culturally-oriented OccuLibrary effort here in Dallas; very sorry to have missed your presentation!
I envision you entering before your panel with a mic check – :)
Bring me back a queer or a steer or how bout a queer steer!