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July Summer of Learning Event Focused on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
The TLA 2020 Virtual Summer of Learning live event on July 7 began with a heartfelt and honest opening address by Charlotte Moore, Executive Director of the Black Bodies Project. “I want you to listen with your heart,” she told virtual attendees in her live address. Moore is a print and television news journalist, filmmaker, […]Read More
Between the Lines: July Member Spotlight
Elizabeth Hollenbeck Librarian III-Outreach and Instruction South Texas College Library in McAllen, Texas What inspired you to become a librarian? In my past career, I was relatively successful but I didn’t feel that passion. I was stuck in that proverbial rut. What I really wanted to do was make a larger impact on society, […]Read More