Human Rights, Librarianship, and Philosophy of librarianship
The two of us have been writing partners for many years. It began with our support for the Equal Rights Amendment in solidarity with the Illinois Women Library Workers in the early 1980s. We marched at the state capitol and we brought original copies of Alice Paul and the National Woman's Party's Equal Rights to hunger strikers; we sat in on protests; we developed research papers with data to use in political debate and more recently, we are studying the innate (integrated, essential, core) values of librarianship and their connection to human rights (McCook and Phenix 2007; Phenix and McCook 2005).
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Information for Social Change, v. 25, p. 39-48
Scholar Commons Citation
Phenix, Katharine J. and McCook, Kathleen de la Peña, "A Commitment to Human Rights Let's Honor the Qualities Required of a Librarian Dedicated to Human Rights" (2007). School of Information Faculty Publications. 109.