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The Black librarian in America revisited
Josey, E. J.
Adult Nonfiction Z682.4.A37B58 1994

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E.J. Josey has earned degrees from Howard University, Columbia University, and the State University of New York at Albany. In addition, he holds honorary doctorate degrees from Shaw University, the Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and North Carolina Central University. He is Professor, School of Library and Informational Science, Univ. of Pittsburgh. Among his published books are What Black Librarians are Saying: New Dimensions for Academic Library Service, Libraries in the Political Process, and Libraries, Coalitions, and the Public Good. Past President of the ALA, he is also known as an uncompromising opponent of racial discrimination and is the founder of the Black Caucus of the American Library Association.

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