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Thursday, January 29 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Session 5.3 Juried Panel: Opportunities for Liberatory Pedagogy and Praxis in Library & Information Science

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This panel examines transformative learning in L/IS through social justice practices; presenting methods utilized by culturally competent librarians, archivists, digital curators, and educators engaged with historically disenfranchised and/or systematically racialized communities in 21st century learning environments.

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Celeste Â-Re

University of South Carolina
I self-identify as a cultural worker. | I'm currently employed as a recorded sound processing technician at the Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation and I am a cultural heritage informatics fellow/doctoral student at the University of South Carolina School of Library & Information Science. My research interests: community informatics, research justice, digital curation, and critical information literacy. TALK TO ME ABOUT... Read More →


Kafi D. Kumasi

Wayne State University

Porchia Moore

University of South Carolina
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Ramona La Roche

Research Assistant, University of South Carolina
Cultural Heritage Informatics, South Carolina and Barbados, West Indies

Tonia Sutherland

University of Pittsburgh

Thursday January 29, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm
Burnham, Floor 8

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