On-Demand Webcasts: Heritage Month

An Authentic Lens: Understanding and Supporting the Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Community
Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Free Symposium

Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

The SJSU School of Information is hosting a free online symposium in celebration of Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Heritage Month. The presentation will begin with a keynote address by ALA President Patty Wong followed by a panel discussion about library services for the Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander community.

The recording will be posted in about two weeks.

Women in Information
Women's Heritage Month Free Symposium

Women’s History Month creates space to uplift the extraordinary legacies and lived realities of women around the world. We acknowledge their historic struggles and honor the endless contributions to librarianship, information professions, and beyond. Join SJSU iSchool for our upcoming free symposium, “Women in Information,” to commemorate this month with forward-thinking, visionary dialogue.

Shaping the Future Together: How Libraries Can Support Communities of Color
Black History Month Free Symposium

On February 23, 2022, the San José State University School of Information’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee hosted a symposium in recognition of Black History Month. The free symposium featured two opening keynote speakers followed by a panel discussion on “The Diverse Needs of the Black Community.”