April 15, 2020
The Lens on why diversity and inclusion should matter to orgs during COVID-19, why Black people are disproportionately impacted, and what disability consciousness in libraries looks like.
March 20, 2019
Find out what we think the future holds for the environmental movement, along with how libraries enforce biases and how the recent college admissions scandal could hurt students with disabilities.
December 5, 2018
Zita Cristina Nunes, writing for Smithsonian Magazine, reflects on the work of Dorothy Porter, a Howard University librarian who, in the 1930s, sought to decolonize the school’s library by ditching the Dewey Decimal system. As Porter explained,...
November 7, 2018
Tuesday’s 2018 midterm elections saw a historic shift not only in voter turnout, but in the diversity of the winning candidates. In Connecticut, Jahana Hayes has become the first Black woman elected to the House of Representatives,...