Somewhere in detroit, radical librarians are participating in an annual media conference whose aim is to transform the social order.
Interviewee: Tess Wilson is an Outreach Librarian at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, where she connects folks with resources for community conversation and change. She is passionate about issues of intellectual freedom, data rights, and online privacy. To that end, she conducted research with the Youth Data Literacy Project, served as a Civic Information Services intern for the Beyond Big Data grant, and is a regular contributor for the ALA’s YALSA and OIF blogs. She is a 2018 ALA Emerging Leader and a member of the Library Freedom Institute's inaugural cohort.
Music on the podcast: Affairs of State by Shaolin Dub is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License.