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ALA Connect Live: Small, rural, and tribal libraries as community anchors - Shared screen with speaker view
Lessa Pelayo-Lozada
28:36
Hello from Southern CA! Lessa Pelayo-Lozada, ALA President-Elect here :)
Anne Heidemann
28:38
boozhoo, Anne Heidemann, I serve as the Tribal Librarian for the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe
Michael Kremer
28:40
Good morning. Michael K. from University of Redlands in Southern California. Lib Tech Asst. and IR Assistant, and MLIS student
Bonnie Roos
29:00
Greetings from the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribal Library in Sequim, WA
Maria Kramer
29:10
Hello from Alamosa, CO
Cherity Pennington
29:11
Hello from Shawnee, OK.
Kelli Gardner
29:26
Hello all - Kelli Gardner from the (soon to be built in Medora, ND!) Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library!
Karen Neurohr
29:27
Hello from Stillwater, OK
Joy Bridwell
30:11
Hello, Joy Bridwell from Stone Child College Library in Rocky Boy, MT.
Roddy, Ann
30:11
Hello I'm Ann Roddy China Section Head in the LOC. Fascinating topic thank you.!
Kate Laughlin
30:32
Hello from the Association for Rural & Small Libraries home office! ARSL.org
Erica Gresham
30:47
Hi from Piscatway ancestral land, also known as Baltimore, MD.
Cheryl Martin
30:48
Hello from North Olympic Library System in Washington State - Hi Bonnie!
Maria McCauley
30:53
Hello from Cambridge, Mass, love and appreciate our rural/tribal libraries!
Josie Breck
30:56
Hello from EPFL in Baltimore!
Neil Ordinario
31:04
aloha from san jose, ca
Melissa Walling, ALA Staff
31:11
Feel free to turn your videos on for the introductions
Tanya Finney Estrada
31:18
Hello from South New Jersey.
Tobi Rodd
31:26
Good day from Ashland, Oregon!
Jonathan Pringle
31:37
Hello from Taos NM!
Cindy Jones
31:40
Hello from Alabama
Eva-Quenby Johnson
31:49
hello from NYC!
Eva-Quenby Johnson
31:55
Thank you
Gina Smith
32:54
Hello from Anadarko, OK - Delaware Nation Library
Sandy Littletree
32:56
Ya’at'eeh! Logging in from Olympia, WA. also known as Steh Chass, one of the traditional territories of the Squaxin Island people.
Robert Taylor
33:04
Hello from Pierce County Library System in Washington State.
Lauren Bissonette
33:26
Hello from the Forest History Society Library in Durham, NC!
R. Jacquelyn Deshchidn
34:10
Yá’át’ééh from Enoch Pratt in Baltimore, MD!
Hanna Roseen
34:37
Hello from North Central Washington Libraries - Coulee City!
Bonnie Roos
35:22
Hi Cheryl from NOLS!
Julie Ann Winkelstein
36:01
Hello from Brooklyn NY (usually in Albany CA, unceded Muwekma Ohlone land)
Helen P Clements
36:45
Hello from Stillwater, Oklahoma, on behalf of the OLA Tribal Libraries Committee. Helen Clements
Victoria Tatum
36:47
Who's the author again?
Cheryl Tiegs
37:18
Hello from Bowler, WI
Jade Cabagnot
37:23
Dawn Quigley is the author
Jenny Choy
37:25
https://dawnquigley.com/books/jo-jo-makoons-the-used-to-be-best-friend/
Anne Heidemann
37:26
Dawn Quigley is the author
Sila Gonzales
37:50
Hello from Tucson, AZ
Gail Nordstrom
38:25
Jo Jo Makoons is the series (and the name of the main character)
Cindy Hohl
44:31
Jonna's work with NM: https://nmla.org/Board-Members
Cindy Hohl
45:19
Jonna's Website: https://indianpueblo.org/new-mexicos-native-libraries/
Cindy Hohl
50:04
Find more resources at: https://ailanet.org/ and at https://atalm.org/
Cindy Hohl
50:24
https://marlenamyl.es/free-resources/
Mervine Nelson
50:32
Exactly!
Carlos Pin
53:08
There's a wonderful book, Native Enough (9781938065057), that showcases a very wide array of individuals who have Native American ancestry that do not fit the stereotypical image.
Cindy Hohl
53:51
Book reviews & more: https://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/p/about.html
Traci Haynes
55:15
Check our some of the colleges or school that work in urban studies. Some studies can write grants for you as part of their curriculum.
Helen P Clements
58:43
Thank you for your wonderful advice!
Alexandra Rivera
58:55
Thank you!
Destiny Rivera
59:04
Thank you!!! It is soo nice to hear from you all!!!
Heather Harris-Brady
59:05
Thank you - what a great session!
Isaac Pomper
59:05
Thank you.
Mervine Nelson
59:06
Ahehee', thank you.
Christina Lee
59:09
A lot of really good advice. Thank you.
Benny Bauer
59:09
Thank you!
Karina Cardenas
59:11
Thank you!!
Jamie Flood
59:20
Thank you so much!!
Erin Robinson
59:37
Thank you very much!
Tanya Finney Estrada
59:37
Thank you!!
Gina Smith
59:43
Thank you it is very much appreciated.
Cheryl Juergens, PhD, RS
59:49
I'm now able to add the visual to the phone audio... Very helpful ideas shared, thank you! ….Cheryl J (Bozeman MT)
Kate Sproul
01:00:02
Thank you! This was a great session.
David Ehrensperger
01:00:43
Thank you!
Cheryl Juergens, PhD, RS
01:00:48
Several authors and books titles were shared -- could these be provided in writing so I can have the correct spelling, etc.? Thanks, Cheryl J
Karen Neurohr
01:00:56
Thank you! Very helpful information. I especially appreciate that this was free and open to anyone to attend. That is so important!
Melissa Walling, ALA Staff
01:01:02
Can you talk about what those community partnerships look like? Are they instructional? If so, what type of instruction is being provided, for example? And can you also speak to how these partnerships have benefited or challenged your work
Christina Lee
01:01:37
Yes, this webinar was very accessible. Very much appreciated.
Eva-Quenby Johnson
01:03:43
Would love to see more webinars/conversations w rural & tribal libraries going forward, ALA!
Benny Bauer
01:03:58
Agreed!
Cheryl Juergens, PhD, RS
01:04:14
I'm working on a Library Media Certificate as an endorsement to my K-12 Teaching License... I primarily work with K-8 right now... Could a few ideas for a 30-45 minute Library lesson on Native Americans can be suggested? Thank you! … Cheryl J (PS - I am part Cherokee and not necessarily recognizably as such... The earlier comment about one doesn't know nationality simply by appearance truly resonates for and with me... :)
Tashina Williams
01:05:28
Does anyone have a BIPOC group session they have been doing? Our group is pretty small here in Bellingham,WA we was hoping to join or visit another group if possible? tashina.williams@wcls.org
Helen P Clements
01:05:33
Please, more information-sharing for the rural and tribal folks.
Julie Ann Winkelstein
01:06:32
I agree, too - and talking about intersectional work, such as housing and food insecurity, LGBTQ+ lives, disabilities
Cheryl Juergens, PhD, RS
01:08:07
I can't seem to submit my questions via the Q&A option and submitted 2 above.... Answers may be provided individually... thank you, Cheryl J
Cindy Hohl
01:08:20
Video is online through the end of May! https://kclibrary.org/readers-services/reading-programs/big-read/2022
Bonnie Roos
01:09:09
I appreciate the collaborations we have had with our local public-North Olympic Library System. We've worked together on online craft programs; our library serves several of their mobile services patrons; recently a beading take & make for children. háʔnəŋ cn
Cindy Hohl
01:09:32
ALA (RNTLOAK) has worked on updating this guide: https://www.ala.org/aboutala/offices/olos/toolkits/trails
Cindy Hohl
01:09:51
RNTLOAK- Rural, Native, Tribal Libraries of All Kinds
Karen Neurohr
01:10:42
How can we support tribal librarians whose jobs are at risk
Vanessa Gordon
01:12:10
https://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/community-facilities/rural-community-development-initiative-grants?msclkid=ce7cc7dac1a211eca6f37b1c70038b55
Roddy, Ann
01:13:02
The Library of Congress has a very generous surplus program.
Destiny Rivera
01:13:04
That is such a good point!
Vanessa Gordon
01:13:15
https://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/telecommunications-programs
Cindy Hohl
01:13:25
Hot Topic: (Health Info)...MMIW: https://www.csvanw.org/mmiw/
Vanessa Gordon
01:13:56
https://www.nal.usda.gov/legacy/ric-subjects/rural-libraries
Cindy Hohl
01:14:43
Tip: Tribal communities don't need to be "saved" and our unique cultures are different in every community.
Roddy, Ann
01:15:32
loc.gov
Cindy Hohl
01:15:36
Everyone, can Indigenize their Libraries!
Kate Laughlin
01:15:43
+100 to that, Jonna!
Erica Gresham
01:15:43
So true, Jonna!
Samantha Oakley, ALA staff
01:16:44
Ok, thanks Melissa
Helen P Clements
01:16:47
"Respect for the rights of others brings peace"--Benito Juarez, President of Mexico in the 1860s (He was a Zapotec from Oaxaca).
Helen P Clements
01:17:47
Thank you for doing this. I need to leave for our OLA tribal committee meeting--all the best!
Cindy Hohl
01:17:59
Dakota generations can be traced 14,000 years back in Minnesota
Helen P Clements
01:19:22
Wado Cindy. Very well said.
Carlos Pin
01:20:35
This has been a wonderful program! Please, more programs such as these! A sincere thank you to all the speakers.
Cindy Hohl
01:20:40
Our lands hold many memories for us and those should be cherished.
Alyson Blankenship
01:20:50
Thank you so much!
Jo Williams
01:20:53
Thank you. I've appreciated hearing about your ideas, histories, perspectives, experiences--
Erin Robinson
01:20:56
Thank you very much!
darla wegener
01:20:57
Excellent session. Look forward for more of our own local collaborations. Thank you everyone.
Isaac Pomper
01:21:01
Thank you for a wonderful conversation and discussion. I learned a lot and will definitely need to learn more.
Maggie Farrell
01:21:03
Thank you so much!
Eric Palmer
01:21:04
Thank you for sharing
Kathleen Beauchamp
01:21:06
Thank you!
Maria Kramer
01:21:09
Thanks!
Jonathan Pringle
01:21:10
Thank you!
Robert Taylor
01:21:11
Thank you so much! You rock!
Steph Harmon
01:21:11
Thank you very much!
Neil Ordinario
01:21:11
mahalo piha
Marisa Pelczar
01:21:12
What a great session. Thank you for sharing!
Angela Forret
01:21:13
Appreciate all of you for your time and this dialogue!
Emily Morgan
01:21:16
Thank you!!!
Heather Martin-Detka
01:21:17
Thank you!
Cindy Hohl
01:21:20
Thank you, Patty!
Maria McCauley
01:21:20
Thank you so much!
Julie Ann Winkelstein
01:21:21
Thank you!
Erica Gresham
01:21:22
Thnxs
Tonya Palmer
01:21:22
Thank you!
Anne Heidemann
01:21:28
chi-miigwetch!
Tanya Finney Estrada
01:21:29
This was wonderful! Thank you all.
Sila Gonzales
01:21:36
Thank you so much!
Sandy Littletree
01:21:38
We need more of these conversations in our field. Ahehee’.
Kate Laughlin
01:21:52
Wooo, Samantha!
Allison Waukau
01:21:54
It was such a honor to be here today, thank you! Feel free to reach out to me at awaukau@hclib.org. I missed a lot in the chat.
Sam Wallin
01:22:20
Thanks for a great program!
Melissa Walling, ALA Staff
01:22:23
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Mary Bowman
01:22:25
Thank you!
Roddy, Ann
01:23:53
Thank you very much for an enriching presentation.
Pablo Abarca
01:24:09
Thank you
Melissa Walling, ALA Staff
01:24:50
Secure your spot today: https://2022.alaannual.org/registration
Maggie Farrell
01:25:10
I am excited to attend ALA Annual in person!
Jonna Paden
01:27:13
Thank you to all who attended! Feel free to reach out to me at jpaden@indianpueblo.org Read my library blog too! https://indianpueblo.org/category/indigenous-connections/
Anne Heidemann
01:27:23
hoping for virtual options for those for whom it remains unsafe to travel
Melissa Walling, ALA Staff
01:27:51
Hi Anne - yes, there is a digital experience: https://2022.alaannual.org/registration
Cindy Hohl
01:28:05
Thanks for joining us! cindyhohl@kclibrary.org
Mary Mackay (she/her)
01:28:11
We can't wait to see everyone after so long, and Annual 2022 is shaping up to be a very rich event!
Melissa Walling, ALA Staff
01:28:34
Unite against banned books: https://uniteagainstbookbans.org/
Cindy Hohl
01:28:41
HI! Thanks for joining us today.
Melissa Walling, ALA Staff
01:29:10
Explore resources to help you fight censorship in your library: https://www.ala.org/advocacy/fight-censorship
Cheryl Juergens, PhD, RS
01:29:39
A few of my close friends have started a "Banned Book Reading Club" … I've applied to join! Cheryl J
Melissa Walling, ALA Staff
01:29:55
See you at ALA Annual: https://2022.alaannual.org/registration
Christina Lee
01:30:19
Thank you so much for all of the resources, links, advice, discussion, etc.!!
Destiny Rivera
01:30:22
Thank you to all!!
Eva-Quenby Johnson
01:30:28
Thank you!!
Cindy Etkin
01:30:34
Thank you so much!
Mervine Nelson
01:30:35
Ahehee', thank you all!
Abby Ricklin
01:30:37
Thank you so so much!!!
R. Jacquelyn Deshchidn
01:30:37
Thank you!!
Roberto Carlos Delgadillo
01:30:40
Thank you!!
Jamie Flood
01:30:40
Thanks all!