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Episode 30:Loida Garcia Febo on Solidarity, Inclusion, and Leadership LibVoices

Loida Garcia-Febo, International Library Consultant expert in library services to diverse populations and human rights. President of the American Library Association 2018-2019. At IFLA: Governing Board 2013-2017, Co-Founder of New Professionals, two-term Member/Expert resource person of FAIFE, two-term member of CPDWL. Currently: CPDWL Consultant, Info Coordinator of the Management of Library Associations Section. At ALA: Chair, ALA UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals Task Force and Chair, Women’s Issues in Librarianship. Born, raised, and educated in Puerto Rico.
  1. Episode 30:Loida Garcia Febo on Solidarity, Inclusion, and Leadership
  2. Episode 29: Jimmy Zavala on Community Archives, Counternarratives, and Student Empowerment
  3. Episode 28:Rhiannon Sorrell on Traditional Knowledge, Community, and Tribesourcing
  4. Episode 27: Ricky Punzalan on Colonization, Repatriation, and Access
  5. Episode 26:Stanton Biddle on Community, Representation, and Leadership