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An Organizer's Tale: Mobilizing Allies for Union Negotiations in Libraries
In this free webinar, Emily Drabinski will discuss lessons learned through fighting for a fair union contract. More than anything, making political change requires mobilizing people. Drawing on the experiences she described in the Political Librarian piece "An Organizer's Tale: LIU Brooklyn's Lockout and Union Contract Negotiation," Drabinski will share concrete strategies for building power, developing and maintaining lists, assessing allies, and holding organizing conversations.

This free webinar is presented by EveryLibrary and sponsored by Kixal. The webinar will be recorded and archived for those who cannot attend live.

Apr 11, 2018 1:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Emily Drabinski
Emily is the Coordinator of Library Instruction at LIU Brooklyn, a lively and diverse urban campus in the heart of downtown Brooklyn. Her research interests include critical approaches to information literacy instruction, gender and sexuality in librarianship, and the intersections of power and library systems and structures.
Dustin Fife
Dustin Fife is Director of Library Services for Western State Colorado University and Series Editor of EveryLibrary's journal "The Political Librarian." Dustin spent five years as a public library director for the San Juan County Library, Utah.