2019 Memories

Seguimos Creando Enlaces 2019:
Librarians as Educators – Impacting the Underserved

Day 1: Thursday, March 14, 2019

San Diego Central Library in San Diego, CA

Bilingual livestream recording available for Day 1 morning sessions:

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Building Partnerships that Lead to Impactful Results by Deborah Bernal and Dianna Whitworth, Fresno County Public Library

Know Your Rights and the Latest in Immigration News by Nora Cardona, Alliance San Diego

Libraries as Learning Spaces by Danielle Rapue and Lena Hicks, Pasadena City College

California State Prison Libraries and Spanish Speakers by Jameson Rohrer, Centinela State Prison

Library Services to Students of Bachelor in Education of the CERESO “El Hongo by Araceli Benítez Arzate, UABC, Campus Mexicali

Creating Safe Spaces: Latinx Youth and the LGBTQ+ Experience by Alessandra Gonzalez, Anaheim Public Library

Serving LGBTQ+ Communities at the Margins Jen LaBarbera, San Diego LGBT Pride

Spanish Book Club by Sonia Bautista, City of Commerce

Poster: Municipal Public Libraries of Tijuana

Poster: “La Maestra” is a Term of Endearment by Kaycee Osadolor, San Diego Public Library

Our Emerging Latinx Community: Building Connections in South Carolina by Caroline Smith, South Carolina State Library

Marginalized Communities, Inclusion and Resilience, Readings and Stories that Migrate by Manuela Cantú Mendívil, creator of “Want to play to read?” reading circles

Internet Access for Marginalized [indigenous] Communities: Strategies for Social Inclusion from Libraries and Wikipedia by Jonathan Jiménez Salazar, CETYS Tijuana

Using Zines in Library Instruction, Programming and Outreach to Engage with Marginalized Communities by April Ibarra Siqueiros, Southwestern College

An Inclusive Education Through Books and Collaborative Experiences by Liliana Álvarez Campos, Iván Weber Penninck, Martha Alexandra Vizcarra Muñoz, Norma Alicia López Amavizca, and Claudia Mayela Sánchez López, Baja California Cultural Institute- State Central Library

Spanish Language Translation Team by Madeline Peña, Ana Campos, Edwin Rodarte, and Lupita Leyva, Los Angeles Public Library

One Book One San Diego: Civic Engagement @ San Marcos Library by Leslie Ann Masland, San Marcos Library: San Diego County Libraries

Visiting Libraries in Southern California: Collaboration and Cooperation between Libraries on Both Sides of the Border by Doctor Dora Yéssica Caudillo Ruiz, Professor Socorro Encinas Grijalva, and Professor Rubén Martínez-Rocha, CETYS Tijuana

Photography by Edgardo Moctezuma
Selected photos – see complete gallery

Day 2: Friday, March 15, 2019

Universidad Iberoamericana in Tijuana, Mexico

Network of Museums & Cultural Spaces to Reverse the Marginalization of Persons with Disabilities by Ana Laura Peña Aguilar y María Guadalupe Chávez Calvo, Network of Museums for the Care of Persons with Disabilities

Taking reading to Marginalized Areas by Ma Guadalupe Rodríguez Cisneros, Municipal Public Library, Lic. Benito Juarez, Sec. Ovidio Santos Romo

Public Libraries, Cities of Refuge for the Marginalized by Rosa Maria González, Luz María Orozco, Irene Sotelo, and Claudia Arellano, Municipal Public Libraries of Tijuana

Library Services to Rural Migrant Communities by Martín Blasco, Washington County Cooperative, Oregon

Art Is Life: Search for Happiness by Leslie Ann Masland San Marcos Library: San Diego County Libraries

The Before and After: How Pico Branch Library Helped the Immigrant Community Find their Voice by Silvia Cisneros, Santa Monica Public Library