“The Danger of a Single Story”

Laurel Tarulli, Monique Woroniak

Abstract


Many of us work with diverse communities in our libraries, striving to offer the best services to our users. In this article, guest author Monique Woroniak explores the challenges she has observed providing services to indigenous populations in a Canadian public library system—the Winnipeg Public Library in Winnipeg, Manitoba. I’ve found Ms. Woroniak’s perspective interesting and her ideas stimulating, especially her views on community outreach and observing what our users need. In my opinion this extends beyond any single community or ethnic group and moves beyond borders, providing all of us with some good ideas and considerations for providing services to our communities.
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/rusq.54n1.20

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