ULC Webinar Recording: Programs that Advance Race and Social Equity Goals




 ULC Webinar Recording: Programs that Advance Race and Social Equity Goals
November 14, 2017

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Featuring:

Tony Tallent, Chief Program and Innovation Officer, Richland Library
Tamara King, Community Relations Director, Richland Library
Greg Mickells, Library Director, Madison Public Library
Michael Ford, Founder, The Hip Hop Architecture

ULC libraries are committed to achieving racial and social equity by contributing to a more just society in which all community members can realize their full potential. In the coming months, ULC will showcase libraries that are achieving this true and sustained equity through their library-community partnerships and programs.

Hear from ULC member libraries Richland Library and Madison Public Library as they discuss their award winning Race and Social Equity programs, Social Awareness Task Force and Hip-Hop Architecture Camp. Leaders from the libraries shared the following:

Impetus for the programs
Staff training processes
Cost/hours associated with the training and staff support
Marketing/communications tactics and channels used to promote the program
Program outcomes - community response/engagement
What the library/community learned from the program and how it is being continuously improved