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Truth and Reconciliation: Decolonizing Approaches Within Social Memory institutions - Shared screen with speaker view
American Library Association
01:00:10
Welcome to today's webinar!
American Library Association
01:00:43
https://www.ala.org/rt/irrt/initiatives
Carrie Banks
01:01:07
Hi all! From Inclusive Services at Brooklyn Public Library.
Alex King
01:01:47
hello from the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada!
Abgail Ryan
01:02:14
Hello from Madison Public Library, Madison WI!
Yuri Zietz
01:02:17
Hello from Baltimore County Public Libraries!
Cindy Sjoberg
01:02:43
Good morning! from the University of Saskatchewan Library in Saskatoon.
Kelly Buehler
01:02:46
Hello, Ry, from my partner Sara Stratton (UCC)
Visvalingam Muralithas
01:02:51
Greetings from Muralithas, Library & Research Division , Parliament of Sri Lanka.
Beatrice Canales
01:02:55
Hola from San Antonio!
Rachel Kramer
01:03:01
Hello from McLennan Community College, in Waco, Texas!
Kelly Buehler
01:03:03
Hello from Toronto Public Library
Pamela Price
01:03:11
Good afternoon from central NJ.
Kat Stapes
01:03:29
Hi, more Texas! TX Tech in Lubbock.
Mary Weasel Fat
01:03:40
Oki from Red Crow Community College, Standoff, AB Kainai First Nations/Blood Tribe/Blackfoot
Richard Sapon-White
01:03:44
Greetings from Corvallis, Oregon (Oregon State University)
Cassie Miller
01:03:45
Hello as well from Baltimore County Public Library. We are watching from the land of the Piscataway Conoy and Susquehannock people.
Sarah Parker
01:04:18
Hello from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver Campus, Vancouver Campus Musqueam Traditional Territory.
Clara Chu
01:04:39
Greetings from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Fatoumata Bah
01:04:51
Hello from the University of Ottawa, watching from the unceded Algoquin territory
cindy pierard
01:05:00
Hello everyone from the University Libraries @ U. New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The University of New Mexico sits on the traditional homelands of the Pueblo of Sandia. The original peoples of New Mexico – Pueblo, Navajo, and Apache – since time immemorial, have deep connections to the land and have made significant contributions to the broader community statewide. We honor the land itself and those who remain stewards of this land throughout the generations and also acknowledge our committed relationship to Indigenous peoples. We gratefully recognize our history.
Mary E Hammele
01:05:05
Hello from Rochester, NY, ancestral land of Haudenosaunee people
Krystyna Matusiak
01:05:16
Hello from University of Denver
Alexandra Humphreys
01:05:24
Hello from Arizona State University, Phoenix, Arizona.
Annette Goldsmith
01:05:24
Good morning from Los Angeles (Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel Levy Library)
Danielle Marie Bitz
01:05:46
Taanshi, bon matin from the UWinnipeg Campus in Red River Valley!
Richard Higgs
01:06:02
Hi all from University of Cape Town, South Africa.
Bonnie A. Dede
01:06:23
Greetings from University of Michigan Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Maureen Morris
01:06:29
Hello from Cornell University on the traditional homelands of the Gayogo̱hó꞉nǫ' (Cayuga Nation)
Anthony Morgano
01:06:41
Hello from the Adirondack Experience, on the native lands of the Mohawk and Abenaki
lisa hodgson
01:06:45
Greeting from University of Toronto, Mississua For thousands of years it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and the Mississaugas of the Credit. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island
Cellia Joe-Olsen
01:07:01
Kia ora from Aotearoa New Zealand
Howard Burrows
01:07:04
Hello, from Brattleboro, Vermont home of the Wantastigok.
Jane Lamothe
01:07:23
Hello all from USask Library (and hello Danielle Bitz - former colleague!)
Susan Beatty
01:08:12
Hello from University of Calgary
Chiara Candaele
01:08:25
Hello from the State Archives in Belgium. Looking forward to this most interesting exchange.
Elizabeth McLean
01:10:40
Hello from Seattle, Washington, home of the Duwamish people
Richard Higgs
01:10:41
And from the land of the Khoekhoe and San people of the Southern tip of Africa, whom we remember in our occupation of Hoerikwaggo, the Mountain into the Sea, as our place of learning.
Karla Strand
01:11:45
I wore my orange shirt on Sept 30! Hello from Ho-Chunk and Potawatomi land and land-grab UW-Madison.
Marjorie Mitchell
01:18:27
Hello from the University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus, situated on the unceded, traditional, and ancestral lands of the Syilx people. I live work and play as an uninvited guest on these beautiful lands with gratitude.
cindy pierard
01:20:32
Hello from University of New Mexico :)
Laila Hussein Moustafa
01:33:04
Please, send us your questions
Laila Hussein Moustafa
01:33:54
Gina and all, send me your questions too
Laila Hussein Moustafa
01:39:25
yes
Mary Weasel Fat
01:52:19
Can I use this for teaching TRC to my students for the Niitsitapi Education Assistant Certificate Program at Red Crow Community College. I would like them to have updated info on TRC.
Richard Higgs
01:52:21
Is work being done in Canada to re-visit ready-made taxonomies and standards in libraries like DDC and subject headings (like Sears/LOC) that embed historical and colonial supremacies, to reflect less white-centric and inherited ontologies & epistemologies? In Africa, engagement with this type of issue has been disappointingly minimal to date in library leadership and LIS research in general. (From a country where our TRC preceded yours by 20 years).
Alex King
01:52:25
Thanks so much, Ry!
Jennifer Shrubsole - Sask Polytech
01:52:51
How do libraries and archives rectify when the knowledge housed within was taken by force?
Danielle Marie Bitz
01:57:28
One of the big things that I personally experienced this summer was frustration with the disconnect inherent in a mainstream culture that was at once mourning the deaths of these children, speaking solidarity to Indigenous nations, mourning the death of its own innocence, and yet supporting/participating in extractive practices, the denial systemic racism, and continuing violence in social and medical services. Maarsii, for your work and for making these connections in your presentation.
Jennifer Shrubsole - Sask Polytech
01:57:29
Yes, Richard, work is being done. I cannot speak to how much. LCC also has embedded colonial supremacies
Chiara Candaele
01:58:06
Thank you for this insightful and inspiring lecture. How can archivists ensure that they do not reproduce the epistemic violence produced by their predecessors and the (colonial) actors that have formed and created the archives?
Danielle Marie Bitz
01:58:36
Can we (and is it important) do this work in our institutions while also challenging the primacy of text based culture (which arguably discriminates against Indigenous Knowledge and ways of knowing)?
Kelly Buehler
01:59:35
https://cfla-fcab.ca/en/about/committees/indigenous_matters_committee/
Kelly Buehler
01:59:47
https://www.nikla-ancla.com/
Diane Cruickshank
02:00:38
https://guides.library.ubc.ca/Indiglibrarianship/briandeer Brian Deer classification scheme
Zahra Premji
02:01:18
The article that Ry just mentioned on Indigenous Knowledge Systems : https://doi.org/10.18357/kula.148
Tamis Cochrane
02:01:49
Thanks Diane for the lib guide shoutout, from all of us at Xwi7xwa Library!
Kelly Buehler
02:02:14
https://main.lib.umanitoba.ca/indigenous-subject-headings, https://govinfoday.ca/index.php/dcid/dcid2019/paper/viewFile/45/29
Laurette Lapalme
02:02:48
Thank you for all the useful links!
Aditi Gupta
02:06:43
Hi Mary, I see your question in the chat regarding the use of this talk, I would suggest perhaps reaching out to Ry at rymoran-aulr@uvic.ca and also copy Delin from the ALA staff person at dguerra@ala.org
Alexandra Humphreys
02:13:11
Thank you so much for this excellent and enlightening webinar. I am sorry I cannot stay longer.
Delin Guerra
02:13:35
Today’s recording will be posted on IRRT’s webinar page: https://www.ala.org/rt/irrt/initiatives
Susan Beatty
02:14:02
thanks very much
Ifeude Hill
02:14:10
Thank you!
cindy pierard
02:14:12
Thank you very much, Ry. I have to leave but have appreciated this session.
Ying Liu
02:14:27
Thank you so much, Ry. It is another great discussion.
Diane Cruickshank
02:14:36
Thank you :)
Anne Carr-Wiggin
02:15:29
https://jps.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/ijidi/article/view/32218
Mary Weasel Fat
02:16:29
Thank you important information presented
Pablo Restrepo Gautier
02:17:28
Thanks Ry for sharing your knowledge with us.
Cecilia Dalzell
02:18:32
Ry, thank you! You gave me a lot to think about in my work and at home.
Bonnie A. Dede
02:18:52
Thank you Ry. Please continue this series in the future. We need more information.
Jennifer Shrubsole - Sask Polytech
02:18:56
Thank you
Annette Goldsmith
02:19:02
Thanks so much!
Maggie Halterman-Dess
02:19:02
Thank you
Kelly Buehler
02:19:17
Thanks, Ry!
Maned Mhlongo
02:19:23
Thank you
Abgail Ryan
02:19:23
Thanks SO much!
Delin Guerra
02:19:25
Thank you for joining us today! The recording of this webinar will be posted on IRRT’s webinar page: https://www.ala.org/rt/irrt/initiatives
Yuri Zietz
02:19:29
Thank you for a great presentation!
Bernard Dione
02:19:33
Thank you very, Ry, this discussion is very inspiring for in Africa
Lev Earle
02:19:34
Thank you so much for this presentation, and for continuing this important work.
Steph HARMON
02:19:45
Thank you very much to the presenter and the hosts for this webinar.
Sophia Sotilleo
02:20:45
Will an email be sent out when the recording is ready.
Laurette Lapalme
02:21:09
Thank you for touching on so many important topic areas during this talk. As an Indigenous person, and as a librarian, I appreciate so many people being given these pieces of information to take in, absorb, and use as we collectively attempt to rise above this entrenched issue. Sne kalyëgh from the Witsuwit'en Territories.
Chiara Candaele
02:21:49
Thank you to Ry Moran and the panelists for this most inspiring and timely exchange.
Nadine Hoffman
02:22:04
Thank you for this powerful presentation!
Roma Kail
02:22:14
Thank you.
Bonnie A. Dede
02:22:24
Does Ry have a contact email?
Michele Fenton
02:22:43
Thank you!
Ashlynn Prasad
02:22:49
Thank you so much!
Elizabeth McLean
02:22:52
Thank you to Ry and Laila and everyone who shared links in the chat!
Roseanne Krzanowski
02:23:01
Thank you, Dylan, Laila and Ry!
Joyce Cheung
02:23:01
Thank you!
Clara Chu
02:23:04
Thank you all
Chris Kaufmann
02:23:04
Thank you!
Jeannie Bail
02:23:06
Thank you for organizing this session - so much to think about and reflect on!
Afra Bolefski
02:23:31
Thank you all!