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Apr 13, 2021 | ISBN 9780262043502

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Table Of Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ix
INTRODUCTION: THIS IS ONLY THE BEGINNING 1
Sofia Y. Leung and Jorge R. López-McKnight
I DESTROY WHITE SUPREMACY 43
INTRODUCTION TO PART I 45
Todd Honma
1 NOT THE SHARK, BUT THE WATER: HOW NEUTRALITY AND VOCATIONAL
AWE INTERTWINE TO UPHOLD WHITE SUPREMACY 49
Anastasia Chiu, Fobazi M. Ettarh, and Jennifer A. Ferretti
2 MOVING TOWARD TRANSFORMATIVE LIBRARIANSHIP: NAMING
AND IDENTIFYING EPISTEMIC SUPREMACY 73
Myrna E. Morales and Stacie Williams
3 LEANING ON OUR LABOR: WHITENESS AND HIERARCHIES OF POWER
IN LIS WORK 95
Jennifer Brown, Nicholae Cline (Coharie), and Marisa Méndez-Brady
4 TRIBAL CRITICAL RACE THEORY IN ZUNI PUEBLO: INFORMATION ACCESS
IN A CAUTIOUS COMMUNITY 111
Miranda H. Belarde-Lewis (Zuni/Tlingit) and Sarah R. Kostelecky (Zuni Pueblo)
II ILLUMINATE ERASURE 129
INTRODUCTION TO PART II: THE COURAGE OF CHARACTER AND
COMMITMENT VERSUS THE COWARDLINESS OF COMFORTABLE
CONTENTMENT 131
Anthony W. Dunbar
5 COUNTERSTORIED SPACES AND UNKNOWNS: A QUEER SOUTH ASIAN
LIBRARIAN DREAMING 141
Vani Natarajan
6 ANN ALLEN SHOCKLEY: AN ACTIVIST-LIBRARIAN FOR BLACK
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS 159
Shaundra Walker
7 THE DEVELOPMENT OF US CHILDREN’S LIBRARIANSHIP AND
CHALLENGING WHITE DOMINANT NARRATIVES 177
Sujei Lugo Vázquez
8 RELEGATED TO THE MARGINS: FACULTY OF COLOR, THE
SCHOLARLY RECORD, AND THE NECESSITY OF ANTIRACIST
LIBRARY DISRUPTIONS 197
Harrison W. Inefuku
III RADICAL COLLECTIVE IMAGINATIONS TOWARD LIBERATION 217
INTRODUCTION TO PART III: FREEDOM STORIES 219
Tonia Sutherland
9 DEWHITENING LIBRARIANSHIP: A POLICY PROPOSAL FOR LIBRARIES 223
Isabel Espinal, April M. Hathcock, and Maria Rios
10 THE PRAXIS OF RELATION, VALIDATION, AND MOTIVATION:
ARTICULATING LIS COLLEGIALITY THROUGH A CRT LENS 241
Torie Quiñonez, Lalitha Nataraj, and Antonia Olivas
11 PRECARIOUS LABOR AND RADICAL CARE IN LIBRARIES
AND DIGITAL HUMANITIES 263
Anne Cong-Huyen and Kush Patel
12 PRAXIS FOR THE PEOPLE: CRITICAL RACE THEORY AND
ARCHIVAL PRACTICE 283
Rachel E. Winston
13 “GETTING INFLOMATION”: A CRITICAL RACE THEORY TALE
FROM THE SCHOOL LIBRARY 299
Kafi Kumasi
CONCLUSION: AFTERWOR(L)DING TOWARD
IMAGINATIVE DIMENSIONS 317
Sofia Y. Leung and Jorge R. López-McKnight
CONTRIBUTOR BIOGRAPHIES 335
INDEX BY LORI SALMON 341

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