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MLA Conversations Episode 51 - Shared screen with speaker view
Tiffany Chavis
20:47
Well, here is another Native excited to join the ranks!
Tiffany Chavis
42:43
Wow.
Mallory Duff Carroll Co. Public Library
54:04
Carroll Co. is fine free as well
Mallory Duff Carroll Co. Public Library
01:03:34
I had that conversation with a small group recently, about training in the workplace. I feel that just as we have to have training on identifying suspicious emails and active shooter situations, we should also have mandatory training on racism and being anti-racist.
Tiffany Chavis
01:05:48
Hill? Can you put it in the chat?
Ashley Teagle
01:06:07
I'll ask Joe to send it out afterwards. I don't have the link right now
Tiffany Chavis
01:06:20
Thanks!
Joe Thompson
01:06:27
Is this it? https://democracyjournal.org/arguments/the-4-percent-problem/
Ashley Teagle
01:06:42
yes thanks!
Joe Thompson
01:10:54
http://www.ala.org/advocacy/spectrum/apply
Mallory Duff Carroll Co. Public Library
01:11:35
Question if there is time: How would you say diversity should be spelled out or specified to have the most impact in policies? Not just "having a diverse collection" or "commitment to diversity"?
Irene Padilla
01:14:30
Thanks so much for sharing your insights on these issues
Sam Eddington
01:15:04
Thanks so much! I have to take off, but this was a thoughtful and interesting discussion, and I'm grateful for your time
Lloyd Jansen
01:16:56
Thank you both so much. Very interesting conversation.
Tiffany Chavis
01:17:20
Yes, it's all about the different masks one has to wear throughout the day.
wes muntain
01:19:48
Thank you so much! This was very helpful and I appreciate your time.
Mallory Duff Carroll Co. Public Library
01:22:43
Thank you!
Irene Padilla
01:22:54
Thanks again!
Tiffany Chavis
01:23:00
Thanks! This was great!
T. Baroudi
01:23:17
Thank you!