Why are you interested in the topic you are presenting?
Both sessions reflect my desire to use a social justice and equity lens in the library learning commons. I know that I can use my privilege to act as an ally and encourage students and staff to discover the stories, voices and lived experiences of others.

What does “fearless” mean to you?
Being true to yourself while remaining open to the experiences of others.

What have you read/seen/listened to lately that you would recommend to your audience (something that would help them to learn more about your topic)?
Indigenous Nationhood: Empowering Grassroots Citizens by Pamela Palmater AND Red: A Crayon’s Story by Michael Hall