96th chat, Monday December 18 2017: year end chat
11am Pacific / noon Mountain / 1pm Central / 2pm Eastern
About a year ago, #critlib chats began to focus on what it meant to be an information professional in a hostile, fascist, and overtly racist political environment; and it’s become a tradition to host an annual reflective chat for the #critlib community to reconnect with why they do the work that they do. We recognize that 2017 has been a difficult year politically, and need for information works to organize and resist has never been greater. This week’s chat invites the #critlib community to reflect on the year, share what their struggles have been, what they’re grateful for, and how we can organize the collective for the upcoming year.
- Q1. What has critical librarianship looked like for you this last year? #critlib
- Q2. What is (or isn’t) welcome back in 2018? #critlib
- Q3. What are you grateful for at the end of this year? What are you grieving or angry about? #critlib
- Q4. What did you read this year that resonated? #critlib
- Q5. What will you focus on next year? #critlib