LibVoices

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Episode 23: Nichelle Hayes on Recruitment, Diversity, & Advocacy LibVoices

Nichelle M. Hayes MPA, MLS, is Vice-President of the Black Caucus of the American Library Association and works as the Leader of the Center for Black Literature & Culture (CBLC) ~ Indianapolis Public Library. She is a lover of poetry and a lifelong learner, she blogs at https://thetiesthatbind.blog, where she discusses genealogy and keeping families connected. Hayes is a native of Indianapolis and a civic leader who is active in her local community.
  1. Episode 23: Nichelle Hayes on Recruitment, Diversity, & Advocacy
  2. Episode 22: Dr. Safiya Noble on Knowledge Spaces, Passion, & Technology
  3. Episode 21: UrbanLibRoom on Community, Commitment, and Care
  4. Episode 20: Ziba Perez on Recruitment, Uniqueness, and Zines
  5. Episode 19: Holly Smith on Collaboration, Meaningful Representation, and Radical Empathy