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Friday, June 17 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Theology, Race and Libraries

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Recent theological research into the origin of race and the presence of structural racism in library systems of knowledge organization will be presented. Using examples from the open access Anti-racism Digital Library and International Anti-racism Thesaurus participants will learn how to overcome current limitations in library catalog subject headings in order to offer anti-racist and "just library service."

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Anita Coleman

Professor, San Jose State University
ATLA - I am new to ATLA and excited to discover this group. Tell me more, please! | | The Anti-racism Digital Library, my current research and development initiative. | | Path of Grace, my children's book, a read-aloud WNDB (We Need Diversity Book) where the story line travels from Suomenlinna, Finland to a water-wise garden in California by way of India.



Friday June 17, 2016 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Harbor

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