Stacie Williams Keynote at #DLFforum: “All Labor is Local”

 

Noteworthy for their dapper style, Virginia Union students in the 1930s also became accomplished alumni: Spottswood Robinson III - civil rights attorney and federal judge; Robert Deane Pharr - acclaimed author; Bessye Bearden - journalist, mother of Romare Bearden; Samuel L. Gravely, Jr. - Vice Admiral, United States Navy | via Black College Life in the New Deal, Google Cultural Institue, curators, Currie and Ligon | https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/black-college-life-in-the-new-deal%C2%A0/QQV_IP01?hl=en

Noteworthy for their dapper style, Virginia Union students in the 1930s also became accomplished alumni: Spottswood Robinson III – civil rights attorney and federal judge; Robert Deane Pharr – acclaimed author; Bessye Bearden – journalist, mother of Romare Bearden; Samuel L. Gravely, Jr. – Vice Admiral, United States Navy | via Black College Life in the New Deal, Google Cultural Institue, curators, Currie and Ligon | https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/black-college-life-in-the-new-deal%C2%A0/QQV_IP01?hl=en

Streamed live on Nov 7, 2016

Welcome, Awards, and Keynote, 2016 DLF Forum
9:00AM Monday, November 7, 2016.
Keynote: Stacie Williams “All Labor is Local”

Exploring the ways in which we, as employees and employers, apply our local experiences in libraries and archives, and what we can do to broaden those perspectives to be more inclusive of the communities we hope to serve.

For more information, visit the Digital Library Federation:
https://www.diglib.org/

Stacie Williams is a member of the #docnowcommunity

For more on #DLFforum follow the hashtag and Bethany Nowiviskie (@nowviskie) on Twitter!

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