Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Diversity Resources

There are some books listed at the bottom of this page. Please feel free to submit titles to add to the recommended resources and/or submitting reviews or descriptions those resources.

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Wanted: Comments on Camile Alire and Jacqueline Ayala's Serving Latino Communites: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar will be the featured speaker at the ALA Midwinter Conference in January of 2008. Wanted: Comments on any of the books he wrote. Wanted: Comments on whatever he discusses at the ALA Midwinter for those of us who cannot go.

Wanted: Comments on any of the chapters in "Diversity Now" edited by Teresa Y. Neely and Kuang-Hwei (Janet) Lee-Smeltzer

When the Shark and the Fish First Met, a story of tolerance written by an Israeli boy, who grew up and is currently held captive. Click the link to read about Gilad Schalit and his story of tolerance here:

1 comment:

IllinoisLibraryDiversity said...

The Diversity Now book is a compilation of articles by different authors. Authors included are the following:

Janice Simmons-Welburn
William C. Welburn
Camila A. Alire
Polly Thistlethwaite
Eric Kofi Acree
Sharon K. Epps
Yolanda Gilmore
Charmaine Henriques
Linda R. Musser
Johnnieque B. (Johnnie) Love
Joan S. Howland
Bertie Greer
Denise Stephens
Vicki Coleman
Joyce K. Thornton
Irene Owens
Elaina Norlin
Patrica Morris
Mark D. Winston
Loriene Roy
Yem S. Fond
Candice Benefiel
John B. Harer
Deborah A. Lee