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TRAILS Webinar: When Small Things Make Big Impact exploring intersectionality, privilege, microaggressions, and implicit bias

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Continuing Education
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Friday, May 14, 2021 11:00 AM
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Friday, May 14, 2021 1:00 PM


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REGISTER WITH TRAILS - use the link below to the registration page.  Register in ASPeN only to claim CE credit towar MSL Certification.

In this session of the TRAILS Social Justice series, we are going to be addressing the small ways in which bias and privilege impact our work culture. The more we individually understand, the better equipped we are to see and rectify the ways in which we unknowingly contribute to systemic racism. This session will define and provide common examples of how libraries commit acts of bias and privilege.
This session is largely focused on increasing education and awareness of these issues both individually and institutionally. The session will also include practices for evaluating and addressing change from both perspectives.

CE Category: library administration




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1.0 creditsLibrary Administration
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Flick, Joann - Staff (Montana State Library)
Benjamin, Pamela - Director (Treasure State Academic Information & Library Services)
Montana ePass

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