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Pride as Activism | Editorial

Students Occupy UC–Berkeley Anthropology Library to Protest Its Closure

Building Capacity for Library Participation in Open Civic Data Work with the Civic Data Education Series| Research Briefs

Ukrainian Libraries in Wartime

Call for Vote To Dissolve Meridian Library District Is Denied

Academic Movers Q&A: Robin Davis on Sensory Maps and Accessibility Improvements

People Get Ready: Preparing for Challenges | Censorship

Standing Up to Hate and Misinformation | Censorship

HB 2789 Ties Illinois Library Funding to Anticensorship

Beyond Book Bans | Censorship

One Last Chance | Sustainability

Resistance Support | Editorial

Llano County Patrons’ Anti-Censorship Lawsuit Seeks to Put Books Back on the Shelf—UPDATE

Rebuilding and Rewriting: Notable Government Documents 2021–22

Missouri Budget Defunding Could Cause Rural Libraries To Shorten Hours, Shutter

Lafayette Public Library Board President Headed to Court over Free Speech Concerns

Judge Rules Against Internet Archive in Open Library Project Suit

New Academic Librarian Survey Offers Perspectives on AI in Higher Ed

Academic Movers Q&A: Stacy Collins on Structural—and Personal—Change

Connecticut Bill Offers State Grants to “Sanctuary Libraries”

Vermont State College and University Libraries Propose Going All-Digital

Space to Connect | Editorial

Academic Movers Q&A: Callan Bignoli on Speaking Up for Library Workers

Colorado Libraries Contend with a String of Meth Contaminations

Mapping Transtopia | Trans + Script

Louisiana Attorney General Creates Online “Tip Line” To Challenge Library Books

In Praise of Iteration | Editorial

Academic Movers Q&A: Elizabeth Szkirpan, Advocating for Library Technical Services Workers

Pottawatomie Wabaunsee Regional Library Lease Renewed Despite City Commission’s Censorship Threat

DPLA to Expand Collaboration with Wikimedia Following Sloan Foundation Grant

Representing the Real World: Diversity in Publishing Imprints

Reginald Dwayne Betts on Politics, Poetry, and the MacArthur Fellowship

Clarkson Receives Grant for “Reckoning with Race and Racism in Healthcare and Medicine” Project

Proposed Missouri Rule Creates Wedge Between Libraries, Secretary of State

Unbanning Books: LJ’s 2023 Librarians of the Year

The Work Lasts | Editorial

Academic Movers Q&A: Virginia Cononie, Tireless Advocate for Libraries of All Kinds

FY23 Federal Budget Boosts Funding for Libraries

The Advocacy of Grief | Editorial

Academic Movers Q&A: Barbara Alvarez on Using Information Science to Track Reproductive Health Care Availability

After Court Decision, What’s Next for S&S Acquisition?

Hiveclass Rolls Out Youth Sports Training Digital Platform for Libraries

Places of Refuge | Editorial

Journal Publishers Reckon with New Federal Guidance

Academic Movers Q&A: Elisandro Cabada on Using Technology for Service and Outreach

Eastern Kentucky Floods Devastate Library; Local Author Steps Up To Help

Brooklyn’s Books Unbanned Continues to Grow

Open for Growth: Open Source Platforms on the Rise

UCCS Kraemer Family Library Inaugurates First Storytelling Professorship

Back to (a New?) Normal: Placements and Salaries Survey 2022

Conneaut Public Library Director Kathy Zappitello to Run for Office

Academic Movers Q&A: Lorisia MacLeod on Building Equity in Citations

Pottsboro Library Receives National Digital Navigator Corps Grant

Women's Work | Editorial

White House: Make Public Access to Research Immediate

Living Our Values Out Loud | Sustainability

New Research: Book Bans Are Political, but Most Voters Don’t Support Them

ALA: 2022 Likely to See More Books Than Ever Banned and Challenged

Gena Cox on Leading Inclusion in Libraries

Disability in Publishing Launches with Virtual Town Hall

$14K Funding To Help Hartford Public Library Support College-Bound Immigrant Women

Proposed Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster Megamerger Could Squeeze Libraries

Rainbow Services | Trans + Script

Millage Defeat by Conservative Group Campaign Could Defund Patmos Library; Will Return to Voters in November

#NoTechforICE Campaign Protests Data Vendor Contracts with ICE

Growing Services: Libraries Creating Access for Incarcerated People

Prince George’s County Memorial Library System, Maryland State Library Launch Guide to Indigenous Maryland

The Restorative Library | Editorial

Taking the Helm at Urban Libraries Council: Q&A with Brooks Rainwater

Q&A with Lauren Comito, Urban Librarians Unite Executive Director

Value Added: Getting the Most Out of Databases

Standing Up to Bullies | Editorial

Delaware to Expand Statewide Telehealth Program | ALA Annual 2022

Texas A&M Restructures Library Roles, Rescinds Librarian Tenure

Prince George’s County Memorial Library System Targeted by Anti-LGBTQIA+ Vandalism

Proud Boys Disrupt Drag Queen Story Time at San Lorenzo Library

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Best Practices for Academic Librarians and Faculty

From the Top: Library Leaders Talk EDI | Equity

On Critical Cataloging: Q&A with Treshani Perera | Equity

Positioned for Power: Hiring an EDI Officer | Equity

DEI Audits: The Whole Picture | Equity

Three Libraries Work with Teens to Pilot VR Program for Mental Health

NYC Libraries Offer Banned Book Access, Reading Challenges

Reproductive Health at the Reference Desk

Politics as Unusual | Editorial

Academic Librarians View Analytics as Vital, but Want Less Expensive, Easier Tools

Lessa Kanani‘opua Pelayo-Lozada | Movers & Shakers 2022—Advocates

Q & A with Nichelle Hayes, Indianapolis Public Library Interim CEO

Held for Ransom

Libraries in a Time of Conflict | Peer to Peer Review

Reporters Without Borders’ Uncensored Library Uses Minecraft To Provide Access to Censored Work

Dear Library Trustees | Editorial

E-Access, Innovation, and Adoption | PLA 2022

LJ Talks to the 2023–24 ALA Presidential Candidates

Public Libraries Face Escalating Book Challenges

Change the Scene | Backtalk

Anti-Hate Statements: How and Why To Write One for Your Library

Feeling the Burnout

Holocaust Denial Materials and Other Fascist Content Removed from Library Ebook Platforms

MIT Highlights Distinctive Collections Through “A Lab of One’s Own” Video Game


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