ISR, Partners Conduct First National Study of Public Libraries’ Black History Month Programming

November 14, 2022


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Isr Partners Conduct First National Study Of Public Libraries Black History Month Programming
Presented by Michigan News

A research team at the University of Michigan will partner with the Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA) and the Public Library Association to embark on a three-year project that will be the first systematic, national study to assess the content, scope, and factors influencing offerings of Black History Month programming in public libraries. The team aims to develop a statistical model to understand how library organizational factors, service area demographics, and individual librarians influence Black History Month programming and its scope.

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