Photo by Taryn Elliott from Pexels I decided to write a quick post about the books that I am currently reading. You may wonder how can I read so many books? I mostly listen to audio-books which helps me get through books quicker. Audio-books saved my life when I was in High School. Once I found out that… Continue reading What am I reading?
Photo by Drigo Diniz from Pexels I know that it has been a long time but Must Read Mondays are back! Now that we are quarantined, I have time to listen to my audio-books. Also, I finally tried out Libby through the Monroe County Library system which is an application that you can access e-books and audio-books. I… Continue reading Must Read Monday Book Selection 06.22.20
Hello! I don't know about you but I had plans for 2020. But COVID-19 and white supremacy had other plans for my life. So I am writing a quick blog post to just check-in and to stick to some of my plans. Personally and professionally I felt like I was in survival mode and I… Continue reading I am back!
I was given the great opportunity to speak at Syracuse University’s Library and Information Science Student Assembly’s(LISSA) Filling in the Spaces(FitS) event. For more information about this annual event, check out LISSA's Day of FitS event At the annual event, I wanted to encourage and inspire our future librarians. I gave a presentation entitled, “The… Continue reading Filling in the Spaces: FitS 2019 Conference
So I have to admit something. I did not know about the human library until last year. Sorry, we did not talk about this unique and wonderful concept in graduate school. So when my mentor Twanna told me about the human library, I knew that I would want to experience this one day. Syracuse University… Continue reading The Living Library