Episode 3: Teresa Moreno and the Radical Potential of Library Science
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Teresa Moreno is faculty at the UIC Richard J. Daley Library and is the Undergraduate Engagement Coordinator and Liaison for African American Studies. Trained in feminist  methodology, critical race theory and rooted in interdisciplinary  practice, Teresa's librarianship and pedagogical praxis are informed by these  theories, methodologies and  practices. 

Teresa mentions:

  1. BIPOC: This acronym means Black, Indigenous and People of Color. Learn more about this framework at The BIPOC Project
  2. ban.do journals & accessories (not an affiliate link, I don't get paid for sharing this with you!)

You can read more about Teresa at the ALA website

I also review the new documentary, John Lewis: Good Trouble. Watch it online or visit the website for theaters to visit.

ALSO...check out our Facebook page to find a starter bullet journal layout of books, TV shows, and movies for learning during this racial justice uprising. Starter! *YOU* need to add to it. 

The Feminist Agenda logo is by Valency Muldoon.

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