By Carlos Fernandez According to the Oxford Concise Dictionary of World Religions, “religion binds people together in common practices and beliefs: it draws them together in a common enterprise of life” (Bowker, The concise Oxford dictionary of world religions, 2000, p. xix). Unfortunately, for many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) people, religion has […]
Last Call: Apply by August 1st to be a GLBTRT-Sponsored Emerging Leader!
By Peter Coyl GLBTRT will provide $1,500 to support one member’s participation in ALA’s 2016 Emerging Leaders’ program. The funds go to defray the cost of traveling to the Midwinter Meeting in Boston (Jan. 8-12) and Annual Conference in Orlando (June 23-28). Learn more on the website and access theapplication here.
From the Chair: Not just on Christopher and Castro
Read this: Dale Heath’s “A Lot to Feel Proud About”
GLBT Book Month off to a fantastic start
By John Mack Freeman GLBT Book Month is off to a fantastic start as GLBTRT embraces their first year ever managing this event on behalf of ALA. On a personal note, I’ve already seen displays in several libraries near where I work, and it’s always a little surprising and comforting when I see that in rural […]