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Title The 21st-century Black librarian in America : issues and challenges / edited by Andrew P. Jackson, Julius Jefferson Jr., Akilah Nosakhere.
Imprint Lanham : Scarecrow Press, 2012.
Description 1 online resource
Call # eBOOK
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Selected bibliography of works by Dr. E.J. Josey / Andrew P. Jackson -- A tribute to Dr. E.J. Josey -- Epigraph -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction / Akilah Shukura Nosakhere -- Information literacy instruction in K-12 education : what does the research say about success in the 21st century? / Siliva Lloyd -- Inequality of resources in school libraries in the 21st century / Joyce F. Ndiaye -- Challenges as a Black school librarian in the 21st century : why I choose to stay / Angela Washington-Blair -- The "qualified" Black librarian / Barbara Montgomery -- The charge and challenge of the Black school library media specialist / Ayodele Ojumu -- Swimming against the tide : library media specialists in urban schools / Karen Lemmons and Andre Taylor -- Winning the future with 21st century school libraries / Gloria J. Reaves -- Meeting the needs of the African American students in the school media program / Pauletta Brown Bracy -- What does Black public librarianship look like in the proverbial information age? / Linda Bannerman-Martin and Sandra Michele Echols -- Servant librarianship and the importance of African Americans mentors / Rhea Brown-Lawson -- Becoming a leader within the library profession / Rose Dawson Timmons -- Making the grade : an African American library director in a majority community / Jos N. Holman -- Designing and promoting public library services for teens of color without losing one's sanity / Syntychia Kendrick-Samuel -- Adultism : discrimination by another name / Tamara Stewart -- Public libraries in the 21st century / Lucille Cole Thomas -- National and international challenges of Black librarianship / Ruth M. Jackson, Ph. D -- Academic art librarianship and the Black librarian / Deirdre D. Spencer -- Managing HBCU academic libraries during economic recession : challenges and expectations for Black library deans and directors / Felix Unaeze -- Managing the academic library : the role of the Black librarian leader in three different institutional environments / Dr. Theresa S. Byrd -- Not just a drop in the bucket : Black instructional librarians teaching for academic success / Lisa A. Ellis -- Medical libraries, information technology and the African American librarian / Ellie Bushhousen -- Achievements of selected 21st century African American health sciences librarians / LaVentra E. Danquah -- Why did I become a special librarian? / Phyllis Hodges -- The Southern California Library : opening the doors to the next L.A. / Michele Welsing -- The dark but good side of diversity in corporate libraries / Brendan Thompson -- We need some color up in here : educating and recruiting minority librarians in Indiana / Michele Fenton and Deloice Holliday -- A charge to keep I have / Steven Booth -- Massachusetts Black Librarians Network, Inc. : commitments and challenges to our 21st century presence / Em Claire Knowles -- Going the distance : supporting African America library and information science students / Angel K. Washington Durr -- African American faculty in LIS : unresolved issues in a new era / Maurice B. Wheeler, Ph. D -- Technology skills for the 21st century / Fantasia Thorne -- Archival and digital music challenges with historically black college and university (HBCU) libraries / Gladys Smiley-Bell and Harvey J. Stokes, Ph. D -- Web 2.0 in libraries / Jennifer W. Baxmeyer -- From MARC to MARS : the impact of technology on librarianship / Allene Farmer Hayes -- HBCU library alliance : preserving our culture / Ira Revels -- The Black body at the reference desk : critical race theory and Black librarianship / Tracie D. Hall -- Diversity in librarianship : is there a color line? / Cheryl L. Branche -- Beyond the spectrum : examining library recruitment of Blacks in the new millennium / RaShauna Brannon and Jahala Simuel -- Exploring the generational transfer of tacit and explicit librarianship knowledge / Johnnie O. Dent and Valeda Dent Goodman -- Your world outside the library / Carol Nurse -- The 21st century Black librarian : renewing our commitment to liberation and cultural activism / Taneya D. Gethers -- Dismiss the stereotypes! : combating racism and continuing our progress / Margaret J. Gibson -- Walking in the footsteps of giants : my journey in public libraries / Emily Guss -- In retrospect and forward : issues facing Black librarians / Binnie Tate Wilkin -- E.J. Josey : the internationalist / Mary and Herb Biblo -- A soldier in E.J. Josey's army / Linda Saylor-Marchant -- Pay it forward for Effie Lee Morris : a tribute / Satia Orange.
Summary "The 1970 and 1994 editions of The Black Librarian in America by E.J. Josey singled out racism as an important issue to be addressed within the library profession. Although much has changed since then, this latest collection of 48 essays by Black librarians and library supporters again identifies racism as one of many challenges of the new century. Essays are written by library educators, library graduate students, retired librarians, public library trustees, veteran librarians, and new librarians fresh out of school with great ideas and wholesome energies. They cover such topics as poorly equipped school libraries and the need to preserve the school library, a call to action to all librarians to make the shift to new and innovative models of public education, the advancement in information technology and library operations, special libraries, recruitment and the Indiana State Library program, racism in the history of library and information science, and challenges that have plagued librarianship for decades. This collection of poignant essays covers a multiplicity of concerns for the 21st-century Black librarian and embodies compassion and respect for the provision of information, an act that defines librarianship. The essays are personable, inspiring, and thought provoking for all library professionals, regardless of race, class, or gender."--Provided by publisher.
Note Print version record.
Subject African American librarians.
African Americans and libraries.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Library & Information Science -- General.
African American librarians. (OCoLC)fst00799223
African Americans and libraries. (OCoLC)fst00799718
Genre Electronic books.
Addl. Author Jackson, Andrew P., editor.
Jefferson, Julius, Jr., 1968- editor.
Nosakhere, Akilah, 1956- editor.
OverDrive, Inc., distributor.
Alt Title Twenty-first century Black librarian in America
Related To Print version: 21st-century Black librarian in America. Lanham : Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2012 9780810882454 (DLC) 2011042051 (OCoLC)759175629
ISBN 9780810882461 (electronic bk.)
0810882469 (electronic bk.)
Standard # 9786613656827

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