All librarians, archivists, and information professionals are welcome to join our chapter, attend our meetings, and join our community initiatives! We focus on three initiatives:
1. Career Development for information professionals
2. Outreach to homeless persons
3. Mentoring current and future information professionals
If you have any questions and/or concerns, please contact Metro Atlanta Black Librarian Network’s President, Adrienne Graham, here. See you there!
If you have any suggestions about what content and information should be on this website, please contact Metro Atlanta Black Librarian Network’s Technology Committee Chair, NaVosha Copeland, here.
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE BLACK CAUCUS OF THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (BCALA) AS OF MARCH 18, 2020:
At this time the BCALA’s 11th National Conference of African Americans Librarians is 5 months away. BCALA leadership has given the direction that we are moving forward with our plans for a successful conference, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of BCALA. The BCALA leadership has and will continue to monitor COVID-19.
To reach the best contacts for our Press Release(s) about BCALA 11th NCAAL-Celebrating our 50th Anniversary, please provide email contact info for the NCAAL Publicity and Promotions Committee.
We are looking for media, libraries, state and other library associations, literary groups, African-American national contacts, informational professional groups, vendors and others to promote NCAAL.