[Noisebridge-discuss] ALA unconference
jjuran at gmail.com
Mon Dec 29 22:45:32 UTC 2014
On Dec 29, 2014, at 2:13 PM, April Glaser <april.glaser at riseup.net> wrote:
> Writing to see if we could host an American Library Association
> unconference at Noisebridge for two days during the week of June 25-31.
> I can't make this week's Tuesday meeting, but should be able to make
> next week's. I'm not a member, so I'm a little dim about how to get
> something on the calendar :)
> At the unconference we'd like to focus on activist-librarianship,
> access, social justice, digital privacy, and issues related to sharing
> and copyright. While so many librarians are in SF for the ALA
> conference, we'd like to host an alternative gathering for topics under
> discussed or overlooked at the main event.
I initially misread "activist" as "archivist", but in any case you might contact the Internet Archive. Attending one of their Friday open lunches is a great way to introduce yourself, say what you're up to, and meet people who are similarly interested.
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