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Because libraries and archives are never neutral. Taking a closer look at the relationships between organizing information and community organizing. We talk to information professionals, activists, and other insightful folks who have thoughts about what we mean when we say, “knowledge is power”. Hosted by two new librarians figuring things out as we go. We are based on the unceded and ancestral territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.
 
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DeStory is a podcast exploring the stories that form the matrix of ideas, beliefs, and norms that define our lives. DeStory seeks to examine these stories, talk to activists about how they are using Narrative Strategy in their activism and organizing efforts, and serve as an incubator for solidarity and social transformation.
 
RAGGA NYC is a hybrid of ideas that began as late night conversations over familial island roots, current social politics, empanadas vs. beef patties, pum pum shorts, scamming and a longing for an authentic dancehall party that provides a safe space for queer Caribbeans and their kin. A platform founded by Christopher Udemezue (Neon Christina), RAGGA NYC connects a growing network of queer Caribbean artists and allies working across a wide range of disciplines—including visual art, fashion, ...
 
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Steve Novak is currently a Senior Philanthropic Advisor for Boston College. He's spent the past 21 years working in fundraising for BC after starting as an intern. This conversation covers not only fundraising but economics, finance, college athletics, and why people and relationships are of the utmost importance. Grab your notebook because this ep…
 
Micah Kiser is going into his 4th season as a middle linebacker for the Los Angeles Rams. He won the Campbell Trophy in 2017, he was an Academic All-American at UVA, and was twice named to the First Team All-ACC. He’s taught me a lot about football over the years, and he’s already overcome several setbacks in the NFL with persistence and determinat…
 
This conversation really made me think. Dan Hatman has a wealth of experience as a scout, coach, and student of football. His paper on all things related to NFL general managers is a fantastic resource. In this conversation he talks about economics as it relates to football, improving the talent pool for general managers, and best practices regardi…
 
Adam Harstad is a phenomenal thinker. Over the past couple of years I've seen him distill complex ideas from several disciplines and apply them to fantasy football. This episode covers interesting frameworks that transcend football, including risk homeostasis, second-order thinking, resource allocation, and many more. You can find a collection of h…
 
Canaan Severin is not only one of the greatest WRs in UVA history, but he's also a film writer and director. He just released his first film "Lean In" earlier this month. Since graduating from Virginia, Canaan spent time in the NFL with the Steelers and Giants. In this episode he shares stories from his football career about systems, habits, the im…
 
Henry “The Hammer” Coley was a leader of the 2014 Virginia Cavaliers. I’ve always wanted to ask him about leadership, his approach to learning the game, and how his skills have translated to life after football. Since graduating with his Master’s, Henry spent time in the NFL before becoming a consultant and entrepreneur. Henry is a leader everywher…
 
Nicholas Conte, specialists coach at VMI and decorated former UVA punter, teaches a masterful lesson on mindset and achieving high performance. This transcends football. Our conversation spans the mental side of playing and training, the role of specialists in games and practice, proper nutrition, and Conte’s journey from UVA to VMI and one day soo…
 
In this two-part interview, we chat with Stacy Collins, Research & Instruction Librarian at Simmons University in Boston, about police in libraries, as well as the role of policing in the forms of social work and librarianship.Timestamps:• 0:00 - 1:24 Intro• 1:24 - 5:56 Why police shouldn’t be in libraries• 5:56 - 9:56 How to talk about police and …
 
In this two-part interview, we chat with Stacy Collins, Research & Instruction Librarian at Simmons University in Boston, about the Anti-Oppression LibGuide that she’s created, and how anti-oppression is intertwined with children’s literature.Timestamps:• 0:00 - 1:43 Intro• 1:43 - 5:39 How did you get into librarianship?• 5:39 - 11:51 What is anti-…
 
Alex is currently working towards his Master's in Data Science at the University of Virginia. Not only has he been working for the UVA football team in an analytical capacity, but he also presented his own research at the NFL's Big Data Bowl in 2020. I came across his paper and was eager to reach out to him. Our discussion covers the deficiencies o…
 
Karen and Allison share some personal-professional updates for 2020, as well as some of their reading joys and reading hopefuls. Listen to the episode: Read along with the transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LD2d-NRkOdLSdovxmDYsYW9mZnHuFXZ6pV8hm-jPxmI/edit?usp=sharing Time stamps: 0:00 // Introduction 1:03 // Podcast updates 5:25 // Per…
 
Chris Saave is an entrepreneur I’ve been fortunate to see in action the past few years. We cover his thoughts on starting a business, the importance of learning, finding hidden knowledge, and how to take risks. Many of these lessons have helped me along my entrepreneurial journey. Chris has certainly stepped his game up with his latest venture, Mee…
 
We welcome back our guests Ted Lee and Ean Henninger from Episode 3 of the podcast to talk about precarious work and knowledge mobilization. We discuss questions and qualms we have about knowledge mobilization, how precarious work makes knowledge mobilization difficult, the power of union organizing, and how COVID-19 has affected precarity! This ep…
 
Who better to ask about leadership than the person who started the most games at quarterback while I was at UVA? Matt Johns, currently the quarterbacks coach at William & Mary, loves football. His actions and words have always been in alignment, and that's just one of the many lessons I've learned from him over the years. If you enjoy the episode, …
 
This conversation with Jackson Matteo is special. We cover his time at Virginia chronologically, from walk-on to graduate assistant coach, and examine how our relationship evolved along the way. I have learned so much from Jackson about commitment, discipline, and total effort. Jackson is currently working on his dissertation, and he explains why h…
 
When you're part of a team, consistency is an invaluable trait. Sean Cascarano has that trait in spades. Sean is currently an Assistant Coach at Cornell where he coaches the offensive line. He's consistently been dedicated to his team and to teaching the fundamentals. In this episode we discuss lessons Sean learned from coaching at multiple college…
 
We sit down with Baharak Yousefi to talk about being a good library boss, the joy and generosity of library Twitter, and the responsibilities of academic freedom... but mostly we talk about power, intersectionality, and anti-oppression. It’s a good one, folks! Follow Baharak on Twitter @BaharakY Read along with the transcript: https://tinyurl.com/y…
 
Harkening back to Dwight D. Eisenhower, "plans are useless, but planning is indispensable." Few people I know are as detail oriented as Jacob Hodges. He not only provided me with an invaluable opportunity at UVA (in response to a 2014 email that gets read on the podcast), but he's taught me a lot over the years. Since our shared time at Virginia, H…
 
In this episode, we sat down with Karen’s classmate Clara Giménez-Delgado to talk about her project processing a collection of lantern slides at the Museum of Anthropology. The collection is called the Missionary Society of Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada Slide Collection, and it was the subject of Clara’s final project in Dr.…
 
This week I'm thrilled to be learning more from Zach Tenuta. Since our shared time at Virginia, Zach has become the Co-Defensive Coordinator and Linebackers Coach at Norfolk State University. Zach and I discuss the process of learning and developing as a coach, the importance of having mentors, and recount the time we had to drop $100 at a Kinko's.…
 
What is fascism? How have fascists used libraries in their organizing strategies to gain legitimacy? How does this relate to current TERF room bookings at libraries? And why have libraries struggled so much to respond?! We cover all this and more with Lena Gluck, founder of the Anti-Fascist Library Network. Follow Lena on Twitter @LenaGluck Read al…
 
For the first official episode my guest is none other than Kaveh Akbari (@kaveh_akbari), a certified NFL player agent and expert marketer. Kaveh and I discuss the role of agents, what goes into creating your own agency, using leverage in a negotiation, my plans for a signed picture of me and Adam Cole, and many more issues involving economic concep…
 
In this episode we outline our plans for season 3, as well as pass along some advice for folks returning or thinking of applying to library/archives school, with some guest clips from good friends Sony, Zakir, and Victoria. Read along with the transcript: https://tinyurl.com/y3g7abyo The cover art is done by our friend Andrea Lukic (https://www.and…
 
In this episode, we chat with Sierra King, an artist, photographer, and archivist, about her work with Black Women Artists, and her curatorial debut exhibition here. there. everywhere. Sierra talks about Kathleen Cleaver’s archive, personal archiving, and Black art and futurity. Her exhibition (August 22 - September 26, 2020) at MINT Gallery in Atl…
 
Episode 26, in which Karen and Allison talk about their feelings during the midst of COVID-19, and books they’ve been reading and shows they’ve been watching in 2020 so far. Read along with the transcript: https://tinyurl.com/y7nx8brh The cover art is done by our friend Andrea Lukic (https://www.andrealukic.com/). You can reach us at: Email: organi…
 
We talk with Ariel Caldwell, a Teen Services Librarian at Vancouver Public Library, about teen librarianship, community-led work, juggling 5 calendars, using improv to navigate power dynamics, intergenerational programming, and creating fun! You can reach Ariel at ariel.caldwell [at] vpl [dot] ca. Read along with the transcript: https://tinyurl.com…
 
In anticipation of the (now cancelled) British Columbia Library Association 2020 conference on “Libraries, Democracy, and Action,” Sam Popowich, author of Confronting the Democratic Discourse of Librarianship: A Marxist Approach, talks about intellectual freedom and what democracy means in libraries. Follow Sam on Twitter @redlibrarian Read along w…
 
Hey folks - we hope this mini episode finds you as well as can be considering the current circumstances. We are putting together an episode COVID-19 and invite you to share your thoughts with us in a short audio clip! Find the full details about how to contribute by listening to the episode or reading the transcript: https://tinyurl.com/wzeduor The…
 
** This episode was recorded on March 12, 2020 before UBC Library, where we were recording, was closed to the public, and we were all encouraged to stay home and physically distance from one another. ** In preparation for the now-cancelled British Columbia Library Association (BCLA) 2020 conference, Karen sat down with Y Vy Truong, Rachel Lau, and …
 
This pod is winding down for the end of 2019! In this episode we reflect on what we’ve learned over the past few months, play some audio clips from listeners, share what we’re hoping and planning for in 2020, and talk a little bit about how we make the podcast and how you can get involved! The transcript is available here. The cover art is done by …
 
Allison and Karen get together to discuss their reading highlights as our home planet completes another arbitrary circuit around the sun. Books mentioned: > Chop Suey Nation by Ann Hui > Starlight by Richard Wagamese > The Tiger Flu by Larissa Lai > Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars by Kai Cheng Thom > Trickster Drift by Eden Robinson > Disappearin…
 
Shelby Miller, a student in the MLIS program at UBC’s iSchool and an employee at Vancouver Public Library, joins us for a conversation about working at VPL as a non-binary trans employee, what’s wrong with the liberal utopian idea of intellectual freedom, and her thesis project on the information seeking habits of transgender individuals. Shelby re…
 
Allison chats with Niko Stratis, who has been heavily involved in responding to Meghan Murphy’s event at Toronto Public Library, about this event, the impact it has had on trans people, how libraries might rethink “intellectual freedom” if we’re committed to being trans inclusive, and the failures of media coverage of the event. Read their piece, “…
 
Karen Ng shares a letter written after the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section “Response and Responsibility: Special Collections and Climate Change” conference in Baltimore in June 2019. This episode includes written statements and a voice recording from Ayoola White, Aramis Sanchez, and Marielle Stockton.Read along with the transcript here.The cove…
 
This episode we got to sit down with Avi Grundner, a MLIS/MAS student at UBC who is working on a Queer Subject Heading Thesaurus for Out on the Shelves Library. We talk about queer and radical knowledge organization and the power of seeing yourself represented in these systems. Read along with the transcript here. The cover art is done by our frien…
 
In this episode we got to sit down with Y Vy Truong, who is the librarian for joss paper library based in Vancouver’s Chinatown. We got to talk about public programming, professionalization, and what it means to build both collections and communities. Read along with the transcript here. Things mentioned this episode: > Y Vy Truong: @YVyTruong > jo…
 
In the wake of Toronto Public Library’s room booking to Meghan Murphy, we sit down to talk with Alicia Elliott, an incredible Tuscarora author from Six Nations of the Grand River, and one of the original signatories on a petition called “Stop Hate Speech from Being Spread at the Toronto Public Library.” This episode also includes statements from a …
 
What is community-led work in and for libraries? We got to sit down with Jorge Cardenas in Allison’s home to talk about what it means to work in libraries with a community-led focus. Jorge is a community librarian and currently manages Burnaby Public Library’s McGill branch. He is also an instructor at the University of British Columbia, where he c…
 
We are preparing an episode in response to Toronto Public Library’s recent room booking to Meghan Murphy, a well-known transphobic speaker. We would like to include the voices and perspectives of more trans people to hear how trans people are thinking and feeling about this room booking and similar events elsewhere.If you would like to leave us a v…
 
In this episode we got to sit down with Ean Henninger and Ted Lee to talk about precarity in the library, archival, and information field. It’s a fascinating conversation, ranging from the challenges of addressing the lack of diversity in LIS to the mental and physical toll of precarious work, to the inevitable question: how do we dismantle capital…
 
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