This is last part of a keynote I gave in October at CSU San Marcos's student Social Justice Summit. It's long so I've split it into three installments - best to start with parts 1 and 2 if you haven't yet. allyship, community, and tools for change: social justice summit keynote transcript (part 3 of 3). See the full... Continue Reading →
allyship, community, and tools for change: social justice summit keynote (part 2 of 3).
This is the second part of a keynote I gave at Cal State San Marcos's student Social Justice Summit. It's long, so I've split it into three installments - start with part 1 or you'll be 100% lost. You can see the full slide deck here, and this transcript begins at slide 23. allyship, community, and tools for... Continue Reading →
on information privilege.
The concept of information privilege situates information literacy in a sociocultural context of justice and access. Information as the media and messages that underlie individual and collective awareness and knowledge building; privilege as the advantages, opportunities, rights, and affordances granted by status and positionality via class, race, gender, culture, sexuality, occupation, institutional affiliation, and political... Continue Reading →