SLA Career Night was a wonderful evening, and a lot of fun. A big thank you to our panelists, and all who could attend! Couldn’t make it to the event? View a recording of our panelists HERE.
Check out this great opportunity with the MIG Image Library!
Hello, Library Lovers!
Please join us for SLA’s quarterly Library Crawl at the Washington Talking Book and Braille Library in South Lake Union. The WTBBL is a specialized public library serving individuals in the State of Washington who are unable to read standard print material (wtbbl.org).
The event is free to all SLA PNW and SLA-UW members and takes place Friday, June 9th from 4:00 to 7:00pm. Some parking will be available in the WTBBL garage, and the building is two blocks from the transit stops at Westlake and Denny. Light refreshments will be served. Late arrivals are welcome if you are unable to join us at 4:00.
2021 9th Ave (corner of 9th and Lenora streets)
RSVP to Laura Grove at email@example.com; the event is free, however we would like to know how many people to expect. Looking forward to seeing you all then!
-The SLA PNW Board
We’re about to say farewell to many of our outgoing officers as they head on to new adventures. Welcome to our newest crew!
Found via the Election Decompression chat hosted by ALISS on Sunday eve:
Now Featuring: Notable Kentucky African Americans Database
There are more notable African Americans with Kentucky roots and ties than any one person knows about. Very little has been written about many of them and it is a challenge to find what was written in the past. For some, their stories have only been told by word of mouth. The Notable Kentucky African Americans Database (NKAA) has been developed as a finding aid to bring together a brief description of pertinent names, places, and events, and to list the sources where additional information may be found
This next library isn’t exactly local, but worthy of acknowledgement. Diversity is political at points, and I want to address the Palestinian/Israel conflict when I advertise a library in Israel. However, the mission of this library extends past borders and should be commended.
Now featuring: The Garden Library
The Garden Library was founded in 2009 by ARTEAM, an interdisciplinary art NGO, in collaboration with Mesila, an aid and information center for the foreign communities operated by Tel Aviv municipality. In recent years, the neighborhood has been transformed into the undisputed center of African refugees and asylum seekers, generating and perpetuating hostility towards the migrant communities.
To this end, the Garden Library sponsors a range of art and educational programs aimed at equipping members of the foreign communities, children and adults alike, with tools and skills that better their situation in the job market, their enhance their understanding of Israeli society and enlarge their capacities to advocate for their rights.