Jewish Book Month: Our Top 5 Recommendations

By Marcelo Rodríguez and Avery Vinson It’s Jewish Book Month! And if you have never heard about this before. No worries! We’ve got you covered.  Jewish Book Month is celebrated annually primarily here in the United States to promote and highlight Jewish writers and stories. The events take place across bookstores, book fairs, libraries, universities,Continue reading “Jewish Book Month: Our Top 5 Recommendations”

NDEAM and the Right to Equal Pay

By Brandi Robertson In October, my library, the Georgia Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (GLS) observed National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). The purpose of NDEAM is to raise awareness about disability employment issues and celebrate the many and varied contributions of America’s workers with disabilities. As a library that serves andContinue reading “NDEAM and the Right to Equal Pay”

Getting to Know the New AALL Latinx Caucus Chair

By Ramon Barajas One of the greatest benefits of volunteering with AALL is the opportunity to meet new and interesting information professionals. I recently had the privilege of meeting up with the new Chair of the AALL Latinx Caucus in person in downtown Los Angeles. He has a lot of energy and charisma. I’m thrilledContinue reading “Getting to Know the New AALL Latinx Caucus Chair”

Let’s Play a Game: Who Is Missing At The Law Library Table?

By Marcelo Rodríguez In general, law librarians tend to be very active and aware of social issues around our profession as well as US society at large and the inevitable and impactful connections between them. This active role translates into calls to action, statements, education and training programing, difficult yet needed conversations and so on.Continue reading “Let’s Play a Game: Who Is Missing At The Law Library Table?”