Universal Topics

2 Diversity & Inclusion

This chapter is forthcoming (hopefully Jan 2022) but was far too important to leave off of the table of contents. As such, we are including some  readings to supplement the book until our recently recruited authors complete the chapter.

  • Raquel J. Gabriel. “Diversity Dialogues: Diversity in the Profession,” Law Library Journal 102 (2010): 147.
  • Raquel J. Gabriel. “Selected Readings on Diversity Issues: Part I,” Law Library Journal (2013): 405.
  • Ronald Wheeler. “Diversity Dialogues: About Microagressions,” Law Library Journal 108 (2016): 331.
  • Ronald Wheeler. “Diversity Dialogues: On Empathy,” Law Library Journal 108 (2016): 489.
  • Pat Newcombe. “Blurred Lines-Intersectionality and the Law: An Annotated Bibliography,” Law Library Journal 109 (2017): 2.
  • Nicole P. Dyszlewski; Zanada Joyner; Joshoua LaPorte, Continuing the Conversation on Diversity and Inclusion. AALL Spectrum 24 (2109-2020): 30.
  • Shamika D. Dalton; Gail Mathapo; Endia Sowers-Paige, “Diversity Dialogues: Navigating Law Librarianship While Black: A Week in the Life of a Black Female Law Librarian,” Law Library Journal 110 (Summer 2018): 429.
  • Shamika Dalton; Clanitra Stewart Negdl. “Developing a Culturally Competent Legal Research Curriculum,” AALL Spectrum 23 (2018-2019): 18.
  • Victoria De La Torre; Marcelo Rodriguez. “Claiming Our Diversity, Celebrating Our Common Ground,” AALL Spectrum 24 (2019-2020): 30.
  • Cas Laskowski. “Olive Pits in Allyship,” AALL Spectrum 25 (2020-2021): 44.

 

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