Our Communities: Actions Towards Justice - Spring 2022 Event Series

Submitted by sam.buechler on Wed, 03/02/2022 - 09:15

Join WSU Vancouver Library in two online events this semester as part of the annual series, “Our Communities: Actions Towards Justice.”

On Thursday, March 10th from 4pm-5pm, join us for “Preserving Activist History Through the Thin Green Line is People History Project” where we will hear from Roben White and Desiree Hellegers about their work with the Thin Green Line is People History Project. Thin Green Line is People aims to, “preserve the history of the ongoing struggle to keep the Pacific Northwest from being transformed into a toxic fossil fuel transport corridor.”

On Tuesday, April 5th from 3pm – 4pm, join us for “We Are Not Neutral: A Conversation on Book Bans and Library Values” where librarians Jamie Bair and Maggie Novario, from Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries, will be joining WSU librarians to talk about intellectual freedom as social justice, book banning, and the misconceptions of library neutrality.

More details about these individual events, and past events in this series, can be found at https://bit.ly/OurCommunitiesEvents. For questions or further inquiry, please contact the event coordinator, Sam Buechler: sam.buechler@wsu.edu.

If you have a disability that requires special materials, services or assistance, please complete the online accommodation request form as soon as possible to help us better understand your specific needs. If you have additional questions, contact the Access Center at 360-546-9739 or van.access.center@wsu.edu.

Flyer for event series.