Fobazi Ettarh’s Vocational Awe should be on every worker’s reading list (Librarians Speaking Truth to Power, #2)

This is the second in a series of posts in which I reflect on librarian-authored writings that I find courageous, inspiring, and thought provoking.

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How Nicola Andrews changed my thinking about impostor syndrome (Librarians Speaking Truth to Power, #1)

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Audre Lorde was a world-famous feminist and poet. Did you know she was also a librarian?

A conversation with Professor Ethelene Whitmire about Audre Lorde’s time in the library field

Closeup of Audre Lorde wearing a patterned turban, kente scarf, and jeweled ring and holding her chin with the thumb and forefinger of her right hand
“Audre Lorde” by K. Kendall (black and white photo). Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License. Used in accordance with the license stipulations.

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