LibVoices

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Episode 14: Joyce Gabiola on Care, Intentionality, and Amplifying Voices LibVoices

Joyce (pronouns: they/them) is the brand spankin' new Head Archivist of Lambda Archives of San Diego, a community-driven organization that preserves and shares LGBTQ+ history. They co-created and are an inaugural editor for up//root, a new publication/media space for Black, Indigenous, Persons of Color (BIPOC) to share research and meditations on knowledge, systems, experiences and/or ways of being associated with libraries, archives, and other information environments. Partnered with We Here, up//root is an intervention that endeavors to unapologetically center and uplift the works of BIPOC exclusively. Lastly, Joyce would like to take this moment to give a shout-out to their beautiful theyby, Evan. Your laughter brings never-ending joy, even during a pandemic.
  1. Episode 14: Joyce Gabiola on Care, Intentionality, and Amplifying Voices
  2. Episode 13: Rose Chou & Annie Pho on Advocacy, Mentorship, and Publishing
  3. Episode 12: Dr. Renate Chancellor on LIS Education, Mentorship, and Care
  4. Episode 11: Eboni Henry on School Librarianship, Advocacy, and Forward-Thinking
  5. Episode 10: Laura Tadena on Inclusivity, Creating Spaces, and Leadership