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Answering the Call to Action for Racial Justice- AALL 2020

The most personally and professionally impactful session of the American Association of Law Libraries’ (AALL) 2020 virtual conference I attended was Responsibility, and Revolution: Difficult Conversations and a Call to Action moderated by Liz Graham and featuring panelists Nichelle Perry, Itunu Sofidiya, and Dawn Smith. The session discussed how the law has consistently been used as an instrument of violence and oppression to deny the value of Black and Brown lives. It called for us as legal...

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AALL Conference Keynote on Learning How to Learn Anything!

The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) held its Virtual Conference last week. Originally set for New Orleans, the conference, themed “Unmasking Our Potential”, drew more than 1000 information professionals from across the world. Hundreds of them tuned in on Tuesday morning to the Opening Keynote of Jim Kwik, a widely recognized world expert on memory improvement, brain optimization, and accelerated learning. Kwik, his real name, author of Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn...

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