The SLJ Leadership Summit
Memorable Moments From the Summit
Patricia Stockland [ Publisher at Capstone.]
"No better troublemaker than a Librarian"
Oh my! "librarians gave me great help. They are Keepers and Dispensers of knowledge. I am grateful to librarians"
George Takei speaks about the American Internment Camps
After the war, President Harry Truman told the much-decorated, all-Japanese 442nd Regimental Team: “You fought not only the enemy, but you fought prejudice—and you have won.”
People created our democracy, people have also caused some of our greatest tragedies - "my father who suffered the most taught me the most about democracy"
Let's correct our grammar these were not "Japanese Internment Camps" that would be in Japan These were American Internment Camps.
Two teachers from Marjorie Stoneman Douglas HS are still visibly affected by the grief of the tragedy at their school "It was Valentine's Day" they speak about empowering their students for Journalism, Debate, ...
This is not your new normal your new normal comes later
Michelle Luhtala and Jacquelyn WhitingRegarding confirmation bias - interesting experiment feeling versus thinking - "know your bias, bias is a human thing"
Pew Research - latest social media data
Check out Tom Bober teaching with primary resources - https://knowledgequest.aasl.org/author/tbober/
A Woke Book must - Challenge social norm, give voice to the voiceless, info for a disenfranchised group, seek to challenge the status quo, have a protagonist from underrepresented or oppressed group @cicelythegreat #readwokechallenge #sljsummit2018