1. Informational Justice: A Conceptual Framework for Social Justice in Library and Information Services
  2. Kay Mathiesen
  3. pp. 198-225
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  1. Social Justice Research in Library and Information Sciences: A Case for Discourse Analysis
  2. Tami Oliphant
  3. pp. 226-245
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  1. In Pursuit of Antiracist Social Justice: Denaturalizing Whiteness in the Academic Library
  2. Freeda Brook, Dave Ellenwood, Althea Eannace Lazzaro
  3. pp. 246-284
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  1. Why Do We Need to Bother?: Public Library Services for LGBTQI People
  2. John Vincent
  3. pp. 285-298
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  1. Out of Necessity Comes Unbridled Imagination for Survival: Contributive Justice in Spanish Libraries during Economic Crisis
  2. José Antonio Merlo-Vega, Clara M. Chu
  3. pp. 299-328
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  1. Information Technology and School Libraries: A Social Justice Perspective
  2. Punit Dadlani, Ross J. Todd
  3. pp. 329-359
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  1. Advancing an Indigenous Ecology within LIS Education
  2. Loriene Roy
  3. pp. 384-414
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  1. Finding “Diversity Levers” in the Core Library and Information Science Curriculum: A Social Justice Imperative
  2. Kafi D. Kumasi, Nichole L. Manlove
  3. pp. 415-443
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  1. Introduction
  2. Bharat Mehra
  3. pp. 179-197
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