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CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Gathering At The Waters Embracing Our Spirits, Telling Our Stories Dallas, Texas

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Proceedings of the First National Joint Conference of Librarians of Color
Contents
Introduction
Reviewers of Contributed Papers
JCLC2006 Steering Committee & Assignments
Opening Keynote Speaker - Loung Ung
Social Capital: Points of Discussion - The Academic Librarian Perspective
Librarians and Social Movements
The Future is Not a Gift...It is an Achievement
In Living Colors: Collections from the Library of Congress
Images of Native Americans in the Prints & Photographs Division Library of Congress
Asian Collections in the Digital Age at the Library of Congress
Diversity Counts
After 9/11: Immigrant Users and the Public Library
Libraries Yesterday and Today: Serving Latino and Asian Immigrants
Who is NOT Welcome at the Library, and Why Would They Come?
Choosing to Fight: The Effort to Save the Clark-Atlanta University School of Information and Library Studies
Looking Back, Looking Forward and the Role of Service Within the American Library Assocation
Celebrating Our Cultures and Our Children: Authors Share Their Stories
Keynote Speaker - Juan Williams
In Search of Your Chinese Roots: Chinese Names and the Genealogical Records for Jiapu
Two Florida Librarians - Dr. Henrietta M. Smith and Samuel F. Morrison: Change Makers in the Profession
Self-Published Autobiographies By African Americans: Illuminating the Historical Record
Achieving Our American Dreams
Multicultural Materials Course
ESL and SSL: English and Spanish as Second Languages Collection Development
Selecting Periodicals for the Spanish-Speaking Community
Creating a Research Infrastructure for Native American Studies (NAS)
What Progress? Images of Persons of African Descent in Newbery Award Titles and Honor Books 1990-2006
Luncheon Keynote Speakers - Bertice Berry, Mayra Montero, Cynthis Leitich Smith, and Lisa Yee
Diversity as a Cornerstone for Librarian Recruitment: the New Jersey Experience
From the Grassroots: Strategies for Organizational Leadership Opportunities
Peer Information Counseling: Many Stories, Many Voices
Recruiting for Diversity: The Florida Experience
It's Time for a Change: Improving the Salaries of All Library Workers
What Can Certification Do For You? A Facilitated Discussion
Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Students of Color
Culturally Responsive Outreach: The Tribal College Librarians Institute at Montana State University
Designing and Developing Continuing Education Programs to Meet the Diverse Needs of Library Staff
LIS Access Midwest Program (LAMP): A Regional Initiative to Recruit and Retain Members of Underrepresented Groups
The Ripple Effect: Fostering an Interest in Librarianship Among Talented Undergads
Developing an Effective Mentoring Program
Nuturing and Amplifying Agricultural Information for America
Library Outreach to Juvenile Offenders in Intensive Supervision Programs (Community Centered House Arrest)
Honoring Generations: Developing the Next Generation of Native Librarians
Documenting Histories of Underrepresented Voices
Faculty Centered Information Literacy Models for Ethnic Studies
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Resource Collections: Dallas Public Library
The Urban Library Program, Building Careers; Reflecting Community
WebJunction's Spanish Language Outreach Program: Empowering Library Staff to Meet the Information and Technology Needs of Spanish-Speeking Customers
Virtual Reference Services in Multilingual Environments
Closing Keynote Speakers

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