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Title Knowledge justice : disrupting library and information science through critical race theory / edited by Sofia Y. Leung and Jorge R. López-McKnight.

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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I: Destroy White Supremacy -- Introductionto Part I -- Not the Shark, but the Water: How Neutrality and Vocational Awe Intertwine to Uphold White Supremacy -- Moving Toward Transformative Librarianship: Naming and Identifying Epistemic Supremacy -- Leaning on our Labor: Whiteness and Hierarchies of Power in LIS Work -- Tribal Critical Race Theory in Zuni Pueblo: Information Access in a Cautious Community -- Part II: Illuminate Erasure -- Introductionto Part II: The Courage of Character and Commitment versus the Cowardliness of Comfortable Contentment -- A Queer South Asian Librarian in Academia: Counterstory, Theory, Strategies -- Ann Allen Shockley: An Activist-Librarian for Black Special Collections -- The Development of U.S. Children's Librarianship and Challenging White Dominant Narratives -- Relegated to the Margins: Faculty of Color, the Scholarly Record, and the Necessity of Anti-Racist Library Disruptions -- Part III: Radical Collective Imaginations Towards Liberation -- Introductionto Part III: Freedom Stories -- Dewhitening Librarianship: A Policy Proposal for Libraries -- The Praxis of Relation, Validation, Motivation: Articulating LIS Collegiality through a CRT Lens -- Precarious Labor and Radical Care in Libraries and Digital Humanities -- Praxis for the People: Critical Race Theory and Archival Practice -- "Getting InFLOmation": A Critical Race Theory Tale from the School Library -- Conclusion: Afterwor(l)ding Towards Imaginative Dimensions.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Minorities in library science -- United States.
Critical pedagogy -- United States.
Social justice -- United States.
Library science -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States.
Information science -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States.
United States -- Race relations -- Philosophy.
Added Author Leung, Sofia Y., editor.
López-McKnight, Jorge R., editor.
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Added Title Purchased with the support of the Betty C. Borgman Memorial Book Fund.
Related To Original 9780262043502 0262043505 (DLC) 2020028167
ISBN 9780262363198 (electronic bk.)
0262363194 (electronic bk.)
9780262043502
0262043505
OCLC # ebd835175113
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