"The US Social Forum and Librarians: A Report-Back" in Library Manifesto

I have a piece about our work at the 2010 U.S. Social Forum in the latest Library Manifesto. I met the editor, Natalie Pantoja, a few years ago when she came to some Books Through Bars sessions -- now she's an LIS student in NYC, and this is one of her projects!

"Fact Up! Fact-Checking and Advanced Research" at the US Social Forum 2010

Thursday, June 24, 2010
People's Media Center, Cobo Hall, Detroit
US Social Forum

US Social Forum registration

Radical Reference is now registered for the US Social forum in Detroit in June 2010. Melissa and I are the only Rad Ref members registered as part of our organization. We can register one more person for free, so if you want to be that person, email

Here's our organization page Please join, if you're so inclined!

USSF website work session

The United States Social Forum (USSF) Information and Communication Technology Working Group (ICT) has invited/requested librarians to help test and brainstorm the conference website, including how it will be used by our project in particular.

Monday, 1/18 2-5pm (people are welcome as early as 1 and as late as 6, though)
Openflows office 220A E. 4th St., 3rd fl. (Manhattan)

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