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Episode 29: Jimmy Zavala on Community Archives, Counternarratives, and Student Empowerment LibVoices

Jimmy Zavala is the Teaching & Learning Librarian for UCLA Library Special Collections. Prior to joining UCLA, Jimmy was the Project Coordinator Librarian for Transforming Knowledge, Transforming Libraries, a three-year IMLS-funded research project analyzing the intersection of Ethnic Studies and Community Archives at UC Irvine. He received his MLIS from UCLA and also holds a BA in Latin American Studies and an MA in History from California State University, Los Angeles.
  1. Episode 29: Jimmy Zavala on Community Archives, Counternarratives, and Student Empowerment
  2. Episode 28:Rhiannon Sorrell on Traditional Knowledge, Community, and Tribesourcing
  3. Episode 27: Ricky Punzalan on Colonization, Repatriation, and Access
  4. Episode 26:Stanton Biddle on Community, Representation, and Leadership
  5. Episode 25: Jennifer Brown on Leadership, Uplifting Others, and Attribution