The Simmons chapter of the Progressive Librarians Guild is a student organization committed to inscribing the struggle for social justice at the center of the library profession. We believe that cataloging, indexing, acquisitions policy and collection development, reference services, library automation, library management, and virtually every other library issue embody political value choices. We aim to make these choices explicit, and to carry out our professional responsibilities in a way that helps to realize a freer, more democratic world.
The Simmons chapter of PLG is proudly affiliated with the national Progressive Librarians Guild and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find us online elsewhere on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
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PLG at SLIS-West
We are looking for a new SLIS-West contact. Email Catherine Dixon at email@example.com if any of you Westerners have any ideas or resources you'd like to share.
The PLG blog provides information on current events within Boston as well as the Simmons community. It also hosts a variety of resource tools while providing a great way to connect with fellow members and share ideas. SLIS students can contribute to the blog. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how!
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You can sign up for the PLG listserv here. Click "subscribe" from the menu on the left of the screen, and then enter your e-mail address. The PLG listserv is an unmoderated, relatively low-traffic e-mail list where events are posted and discussion can take place about issues related to progressive librarianship.
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PLG Meeting Minutes
We're using Google Docs now...
To view minutes please visit: https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B2GTn_rPTZ4kZW9vWVlmZjNwQ1k/edit
To view current and past agendas: https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B2GTn_rPTZ4kYjNpRWJGeHc3aWs/edit
For past meetings' minutes and any older content, please visit the Archives.
PLG Officers, Spring 2015
Bri Wall, co-chair
Kellie Fuss, co-chair
Araceli Méndez, treasurer
Amanda Reyes, secretary
Anna Bean, archivist
Catherine Dixon, social media
Micha Broadnax, community outreach coordinator
Katie Seitz, Anti-Racism Working Group coordinator
Laura Williams, SPECTRA coordinator