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Workshops for Librarians

Members of Radical Reference NYC have done workshops for librarians and LIS students at the Massachusetts Library Association, New Jersey State Library, the Palmer School, Pratt, and Rutgers, on three different themes. We are happy to reprise them at other library schools and library conferences.

Teen Angst & Library Horror: a Benefit for Radical Reference

TEEN ANGST & LIBRARY HORROR
a benefit for
Radical Reference

Fri., July 25, 2008, 7:30 pm - 11 pm
ABC No Rio - 156 Rivington St, NYC

LIS Student Collectives

Radical Reference encourages students in LIS programs to form local collectives at their institutions. Membership is free, and groups have total autonomy, though they are welcome to seek help or advice from other RR volunteers or collectives as they choose. Write to [email protected] to learn more.

NYC Collective March 2008 Meeting and Salon Notes

Radical Reference, 2008-03-09, meeting held at New York City AIDS Housing Network office.

NYC Collective April 2008 Meeting Notes

coming soon! ish!

(if I put the page in, I figure I'll feel guilty until I fill it up...)

(May 2009 update: yeah, well, that didn't really work out. I think the notes are lost. sorry.)

Radical Reference Presentations

Members of Radical Reference have done presentations and conducted workshops all over the United States and Canada.

Composting Resources Online

The following resources were originally posted to the Progressive Librarians Guild discussion list on February 4, 2008 and have been published here with permission from the author, Fred Stoss. It has been edited slightly, but no resources have been removed.

They are divided into Government, Education, and Organizational sites

del.icio.us links--most recent for:radical_reference

Feminist Fact Checking Resources

Originally created for the Women, Action & Media Conference 2008

GLBTQ | International | Pay Equity/Labor | Rape/Sexual Assault | Reproduction | Statistics

NYC Anarchist Book Fair 2008 Table Schedule

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