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Untold Stories Civil Rights Libraries & Black Librarianship

Civil Rights, Libraries, and Black Librarianship

by John Mark Tucker

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Board of Trustees of University of Illinois .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • African Americans and libraries,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Sociology,
  • African American librarians,
  • African Americans and librarie

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages210
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8116267M
    ISBN 100878451048
    ISBN 109780878451043

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Untold Stories Civil Rights Libraries & Black Librarianship by John Mark Tucker Download PDF EPUB FB2

The 15 articles are arranged by theme: Legacies of Black Librarianship, Chronicles from the Civil Rights Movement, Resources for Library Personnel, Services and Collections.

While these authors are not the first to write about civil rights, libraries and black librarianship, they seek to add their own special testimony to the power of books.

Untold Stories book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Start by marking “Untold Stories: Civil Rights, Libraries, and Black Librarianship” as Want to Read: Civil Rights, Libraries, and Black Librarianship.

Write a review. Kristin rated it really liked it 4/5(1). Contributors to this volume shed light on old stories and focus attention on new issues relating to civil rights, libraries and black librarianship. Papers deal with such topics as people who taught others to read, people who founded libraries and those who supported them, library organizers and library users, people who wrote and edited books for librarians to add to collections, and people Cited by: Charles Churchwell --Black women, civil rights, & libraries / Jessie Carney Smith --Unique gatekeepers of Black culture: three Black librarians as book publishers / Donald Franklin Joyce --ACRL's historically Black college & universities libraries project, / Casper L.

Jordan ; Beverly P. Lynch --Liberating & empowering minds: the. Freedom Libraries tells the story of the powerful cultural/political thrust of the Civil Rights Movement in the mid’s. Black folks had been segregated out of public libraries for years. Civil Rights Movement folks installed libraries, called for book donations which came in 4/5(2).

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Little Known Black Librarian Facts is a blog devoted to the history of African American librarians and library services to African Americans. It is hoped that through this blog, people will learn about African American pioneers in the library profession, and the triumphs and struggles in making library services available to African Americans.

Josey (Janu – July 3, ) was an African-American activist and was born Elonnie Junius Josey in Norfolk, Virginia to Willie and Frances Bailey Josey. He graduated from Howard University in and received his master's in History from Columbia University in and a master's in librarianship from the University at Albany, SUNY in being the second.

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There was an on-order database. In honor of Black History Month, the Knight Library hosted an exhibit highlighting historic events and student life at the University of Oregon.

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