The theme of this year’s event is Libraries and Labour: Organizing for Action. It will feature a range of speakers and programming that will interrogate what labour challenges the profession currently faces and inspire attendees to take action on these issues. We'll be exploring topics such as emotional and other invisible labour, understanding our role as library workers under racial capitalism, examining working conditions and power structures, and discussing practical strategies for how to assert and fight for your rights as a worker.
As an event that focuses on building connections and learning across different sectors, the NLS is open to all graduates of
MLIS (or equivalent) programs who identify as early career professionals. Although
“librarian” is in the title of the event, this is a catch all phrase
for librarians, archivists, record and knowledge managers, prospect
researchers, and everyone in between!
Make sure you register soon, as attendance will be capped at 80 people.
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