Ethnic Diversity in Library and Information Science
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE STATUS OF LIBRARY SERVICE to minority populations of the United States first requires an understanding of the long struggle to include people of color among the ranks of those providing library service. This issue of Library Trends presents an overview of the efforts of African-Americans, Asian/Pacific Islander-Americans, Chinese Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans to develop services, identify important issues, foster leadership, and establish inclusive definitions of identity. Without these narratives, there would be insufficient philosophical, intellectual, or emotional bases on which to develop future programs and collections.
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Library Trends, v. 49, no. 1, p. 1-5
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McCook, Kathleen de la Peña, "Ethnic Diversity in Library and Information Science" (2000). School of Information Faculty Publications. 122.